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    Alan Rade saved Goldstream Trestle

    about 17 hours ago

    Alan Rade saved Cascade Falls

    3 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Wedgemount Lake

    3 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Black Tusk Trail

    3 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Stawamus Chief Trail

    3 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Cheam Peak

    3 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Alice Lakes

    3 months ago

    Alan Rade reviewed Eagle Bluff Trail

    4 months ago

    The trail starts with a pretty steep path. 80% of the elevation gain is right from the beginning it lasts for the first 1.9km. It would become a pleasant trek with fairly rock and mud along the way. Beautiful small lakes and a huge lake for swimming with a couple of small cliffs to jump from. Stunning view from the top over the horseshoe bay and Vancouver. Definitely bring bug spray with you, or you'll get eaten alive.

    Alan Rade reviewed Rice Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Basically, there are two trails to this lake. One begins from the Lynn Canyon suspension bridge, the other starts from the Seymour-Capitano filtration plant area. If you wanna sweat a little bit I recommend do it from the suspension bridge route, otherwise, start from the filteration place. Stunning and scenic lake. There are a couple of cycling trails which might be exciting to do

    Alan Rade completed Othello Tunnels Path

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Rice Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Whytecliff Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade updated Track - Jul 28 03:50 PM

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade added Rice Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Eagle Bluff Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Brandywine Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade reviewed Tunnel Bluffs

    4 months ago

    I would say the trail starts with a pretty steep path. For the very 1:10 about 1.9 km, the trail continues to incline. After that, it would become like a walk in the forest (such a beautiful path surrounded by tall trees). I wish I had more water with me to stay hydrated along the trail which the first & second kilometres are breathtaking. Definitely one of the fantastic hikes. Be prepared with lots of water, ankle support boots (low calf, or even mid-calf), high traction hiking boots; don't forget to bring your camera fully charged

    Alan Rade saved Hope Lookout Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Norvan Falls

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Quarry Rock Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Evans Peak Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Gold Creek Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Pump Peak

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Dog Mountain Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Sigurd Creek Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade saved Crooked Creek Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Mystery Lake

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Mount Seymour Trail

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Joffre Lakes

    4 months ago

    Alan Rade completed Tunnel Bluffs

    4 months ago