Archive of posts tagged "fraser valley"

Vancouver Area Farms for Family Fun This Fall with Corn Mazes and More

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It’s corn maze season! These great Vancouver area farms offer up creative and fun corn maze adventures along with everything from pony rides and pumpkin patches (coming a bit later in the season), to wineries (for the adults), mini trains, jumping pillows, and baby goats. From Surrey and Richmond to Langley, Abbotsford and Chilliwack, check […]

Explore the Fraser Valley This September: My Adventures with a Hybrid

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The Fraser Valley is right in our backyard and it’s full of farm-fresh goodies, unique dining options, refreshing lakes, beautiful hikes, and live entertainment. It’s a summer playground that’s more accessible than even, especially if you’re taking a day trip in a hybrid vehicle. I drove 375km the other day from West Vancouver to Port […]

Canada Day Events in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley

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Canada Day Events in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley with free, family-friendly activities, fireworks and more in Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, New Westminster, North Shore, Surrey, Langley, Delta and beyond

Win Tickets to the Harrison Uncorked Wine Festival

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The Uncorked Wine Festival is Harrison Hot Springs’ three-day destination food and wine event, showcasing the talents of some of BC’s most renowned wineries and local culinary personalities. Harrison Uncorked Wine Festival Combine crafted wines from local wine regions, and pair them with farm-fresh meats, cheeses, and produce right from Harrison’s doorstep. Add a little […]

Energy-Saving Staycation in the Fraser Valley

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One of Vancouver’s many virtues is that while it’s a gorgeous city in its own right, it’s also so close to many experiences and getaway destinations. I had the opportunity to plot and plan my own staycation recently, driving out to Cultus Lake to hang out with friends for the weekend. The catch? I was […]

604 Corners: Langley

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Langley City, and the Township of Langley, are nestled on the edge of where Metro Vancouver meets the Fraser Valley, between the Fraser River and the USA border. Home to the fastest growing population in the region, some mighty fine markets and wineries, and the birthplace of BC, it’s today’s 604 Corners photo feature: Langley, […]