Archive of posts tagged "swim"

Cranbrook Makes Waves with its Abundance of Water Sport Options

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Water sport options in Cranbrook, BC. From the white water of the Bull River to paddle boarding and swimming in the warm, glassy lakes of this East Kootenays destination.

7 Ways to Cool Down in Coquitlam This Summer

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7 Ways to Cool Down in Coquitlam This Summer: Spray parks, pools, shows, shopping, and icy sweet desserts, here are a few ways to enjoy Coquitlam and beat the heat this summer.

Vancouver Outdoor Pools Open May Long Weekend

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Hit the hottest places to cool down this summer as Vancouver’s outdoor pools open up for the season during the May Long Weekend. Vancouver Outdoor Pools Open May Long Weekend Pools at Kitsilano Beach Park, Second Beach in Stanley Park, New Brighton Park, and Hillcrest Centre will open starting May 20th with Maple Grove Pool […]

Polar Bear Swim: White Rock Pier

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If you’re looking to participate in a Polar Bear Swim that isn’t over at the 95th annual event in English Bay this year you can participate in the 45th annual White Rock Polar Bear Swim. Photo credit: Tyler Ingram on Flickr White Rock Pier Polar Bear Swim Register for the White Rock Pier Polar Bear […]

Polar Bear Swim: Vancouver English Bay

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The Vancouver Polar Bear Swim returns to English Bay for the 95th year on January 1, 2015. New Year’s Day 1939 + 2011. Archives# CVA 371-836 + Photo credit: Michael Kalus – Michael Kalus Print It was in 1920 that Peter Pantages created the club and the brisk ocean dip has been a New Year’s […]

Vancouver Polar Bear Swim 2014

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The Vancouver Polar Bear Swim returns to English Bay for the 94th year on January 1, 2014. Update: If you’re looking for January 2015 events, find them here. New Year’s Day 1939 + 2011. Archives# CVA 371-836 + Photo credit: Michael Kalus – Michael Kalus Print It was in 1920 that Peter Pantages created the […]