Archive of posts tagged "hiking"

5 Ways to Make the Best of a Girls Getaway in Whistler

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 — 10:14am PDT
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Here in Sea to Sky country, where we can literally climb a mountain and kayak in the same day, having a getaway resort that supports adventurous activities (and the relaxing spa and cocktail time that follows) is what makes Nita Lake Lodge in Whistler such a fun destination. I recently booked an action-packed 2 day […]

4 More Stanley Park Trails to Explore

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 — 10:14am PDT
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4 More Stanley Park Trails to Explore — Adding to my previous list of our 5 favourite trails, here some additional routes through Vancouver’s iconic park

10 BC Parks to Visit For Camping Season

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 — 1:44pm PDT
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Call it a wish list, bucket list, or a “I must camp there again” list but I’ve been eyeing the BC Provincial Parks website lately and my urge to unroll my sleeping bag and toast s’mores by a campfire has been rising. When I was young we used to go on a week-long camping trip […]

San Andreas Fault at Coachella Valley Preserve

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 — 10:14am PDT
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San Andreas Fault at Coachella Valley Preserve near Palm Springs

Joshua Tree National Park Photowalk

Monday, December 29th, 2014 — 10:41am PDT
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Vancouverites tend to flock to several warm-weather destinations south of the border and Palm Springs is certainly one of the popular choices. John and I recently had the opportunity to get away, thanks to Rogers Communications, and the Palm Desert was calling our name. Resort spas, cocktails, brunch, and shopping were all on our list […]

5 Stanley Park Trails You Should Explore

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 — 10:14am PDT
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The Seawall is one of Vancouver’s claims to fame. It provides a smooth path for walkers, joggers, strollers, rollerbladers, and cyclists to circumnavigate the city’s crown jewel, Stanley Park, while providing views from sunrise to sunset. However, there’s a whole lot to be explored and appreciated under the park’s 1,001 acre canopy so I’d love […]