Archive for February, 2016

Friday March 4, Meet at End Of The Line Store

This Friday we’ll be meeting at the End of the Line store at Lynn Valley and Dempsey Roads. We’ll hike some of the area trails around Lynn Canyon and the Seymour Conservation Reserve.

Be prepared for a moderate hike with some short, steep sections.

As usual we’ll meet at 9:15 and be ready to go at 9:30.

See you Friday!


Snowshoe Friday!

Conditions are looking pretty good for snowshoeing this Friday. We’ll meet at the Cypress alpine area outside the lodge (follow the road to the top parking lot). Bring snowshoes and poles, we’ll be going to the Bowen Lookout.

Be there by 9:15 and ready to go at 9:30.

This is an intermediate snowshoe with some steep trails. Let’s hope for a clear day with some nice views!

This Friday-Meet at Carisbrooke Park

IMG_1904This week, we are going to hike the St. Georges/Baden Powell Trails. Meet in the upper parking lot of Carisbrooke Park at 9:15.

We’ll leave that spot at 9:30.

To get there, go north on Lonsdale Avenue, turn right on Carisbrooke Road, park in the lot on the right. Overflow parking available in the lower lot on Osborne. This is a moderate hike with some steep sections.

See you Friday!

Friday Feb. 12. Snowshoe cancelled, hike at Lighthouse Park instead!

Due to continuing mild temperatures and rainfall on the mountain, we have decided to cancel our planned snowshoe outing and go hiking at sea level instead!

We’ll be hiking the trails of Lighthouse Park in West Van. As usual, please be there by 9:15 and ready to hike at 9:30. This is an easy to moderate hike with some rooty sections and hopefully some nice ocean views!

See you Friday!

Brothers’ Creek, Feb. 5

This Friday’s hike is Brothers’ Creek. We’re meeting at the trailhead at the top of Chartwell where it meets Eyremount and Millstream in the British Properties.

This is considered a moderate + hike with steep sections and rooty, rocky areas with possible tricky footing and creek crossings. Please wear appropriate footwear and bring your poles. Due to possible icy conditions, micro spikes or yak tracks may be a good idea.

We’ll meet you at 9:15 to take a count before leaving at 9:30. The hike will be approximately 2 hours but may run a little longer depending on conditions.