Archive for February, 2018

Hollyburn Snowshoe

This Friday we’ll be heading to the Cypress Cross Country area,then snowshoeing the trails of Hollyburn Mountain.

You’ll find the meeting spot by driving up Cypress mountain and turning right before you get to the very top. Head towards the Hollyburn cross country area, we’ll meet in the parking lot by the information kiosk.

This is a moderate/intermediate snowshoe, with some steep uphill sections, bring your poles.

Please be there by 9:15,ready to snowshoe at 9:30. We should be back at the parking lot by 11:30.


Meet at Parkgate

This Friday February 23, we’ll be hiking in the Lower Seymour area.

Let’s meet behind the library at Parkgate Shopping Centre at 9:15 (turn left at Banff Court off Mt.Seymour Road), then be ready to start hiking at 9:30.
We’ll head for the Bridle Path, hike the Hyannis area trails and return via the golf course.

It’s an easy/moderate hike but there may be some rooty sections. Please wear appropriate footwear, bring poles if you’d like.

The hike should take about 2 hours.

See you Friday!

Lighthouse Park

This Friday Feb.16, we’ll be exploring the trails at Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver. It’s a moderate hike with some rooty sections, hopefully some nice ocean views too!

To get there, take Marine Drive in West Vancouver to Beacon Lane. Follow the signs marked “Lighthouse Park”, then follow Beacon Lane south to the parking lot, where we’ll meet.

As usual we’ll count Trekkers at 9:15 and start hiking at 9:30. The hike will probably take just under two hours.

See you Friday!

Fisherman’s/Homestead Loop

This Friday Feb.9, we’ll be meeting at the End of the Line store at the corner of Lynn Valley and Dempsey Roads.

We’ll hike through the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve and follow the Fisherman’s trail along the Seymour river to the site where the Twin Bridges once stood.

Please be at the End of the Line at 9:15 and be ready to hike at 9:30.

There should be plenty of parking available in Kilmer Park in the 1600 block of Dempsey Road.

This is a moderate hike with a long (long) uphill section. The hike should take about two hours.

See you Friday!