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    • Maple Ridge, British Columbia

      Camp in Golden Ears Provincial Park

      11.2 mi / 3937 ft gain
      Backcountry permits are required to camp on Panorama Ridge ($5) and can be paid online.The trailhead is located at the West Canyon Parking lot. The trail starts out on a relatively flat old logging road. The trail slowly gains elevation over three kilometers taking you through thick green forest ...
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    • Maple Ridge, British Columbia

      Summit Golden Ears

      4.5
      14.9 mi / 5039.4 ft gain
      Day 1 Starting from the Golden Ears parking lot, your journey begins up a relatively small incline passing two bridges and entering the forest. Continue through the forest passing small cliffs and revealing some views of what you are going to climb the next day. Your estimated time it should take...
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    • Maple Ridge, British Columbia

      Hike to Alder Flats in Golden Ears Provincial Park

      4.0
      6.8 mi / 918.6 ft gain
      If you're looking for a challenge and hope to get into the mountains this is a great adventure to set out on.Be prepared: Water, a lot of time, and with an understanding of the elevation gain will be important. This hike to the viewpoint of Alder Flats (overlooking the ears) takes around 2 hours ...
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    • Maple Ridge, British Columbia

      Hike the East-West Canyon Loop

      8.1 mi / 1640.4 ft gain
      Park your car in the Gold Creek Parking lot ( at the end of the dirt road), and look for a yellow gate at the far end of the parking lot. This will be the East Canyon trail.The first part of the trail winds through the forest and you emerge on an old logging road. Follow this road along with the ...
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    • Maple Ridge, British Columbia

      Hike Evans Peak in Golden Ears Provincial Park

      4.0
      Start on the West Canyon Trail and then take a left up the View Point Trail. Along the View Point trail you’ll cross a creek. There’s a beautiful waterfall and natural hammock (a log) which is great for a quick snack spot or photo.A few hundred meters past the creek, 1.5km from the start of the...
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    • Maple Ridge, British Columbia

      Hike to Lower Falls in Golden Ears Provincial Park

      5.0
      3.5 mi
      Lower Falls is found within Golden Ears Provincial Park in British Columbia. Easily accessible from the Gold Creek Parking lot, it is a relatively flat trail snaking along Gold Creek itself. It can be done as an out & back trail, or you can make it a loop by using the connector trail located ...
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    • Maple Ridge, British Columbia

      Hiking Upper Gold Creek Falls

      4.5
      Once you arrive in Golden Ears Park, follow the road to the end and look for signs to the Gold Creek Day Area. The road will turn to gravel, and after you cross a small, one-line bridge, you will reach the parking lot.After you have parked, head north past the yellow gate, marked East Canyon Trai...
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    • Squamish-Lillooet, British Columbia

      Climb Mt. Garibaldi

      12.5 mi / 4350 ft gain
      Duration: 2 DaysClosed Gate (described below): 49.831834, -123.088424Camp Ground: 49.855926, -123.016797 Driving north from Vancouver along the Sea to Sky Highway (HWY 99) pass through Squamish. Turn right on to Cat Lake Road (Cheekye FSR).49°48’52.6”N 123°07’25.5”W From here the route becomes ...
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    • Mayne Island, British Columbia

      Kayak Bennett Bay

      4.0
      The tiny island of Mayne is located in the chain of Gulf Islands just off the coast of Vancouver Island. For a small Island that can be biked across in a couple of hours, it offers some amazing views and photo opportunities. Mayne Island is just a stop away from Victoria and is located right abov...
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    • Nanaimo, British Columbia

      Scramble Down to Nanaimo's Hidden Cove

      Firstly, use google maps to take you to Stephenson Rd in Nanaimo. About a mile down, the road forks, follow the left road (It says no exit, but the road just ends at a property so you will need to turn around to get back out). Continue down the road another half mile or so and you will see a smal...
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    • Blaine, Washington

      Terrell Marsh Trail

      3.0
      0.63 mi / 82 ft gain
      Terrell Marsh Trail is a loop trail that takes you past scenic surroundings located near Blaine, Washington.
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    • Nanaimo, British Columbia

      Catch a Sunset at Sugarloaf Mountain

      You can easily put Sugarloaf Mountain Park into your GPS when in Nanaimo, but lets, just say you have an old school map. First make your way from the Island Highway onto Departure Bay Rd. Just before you get to Hammond Bay Rd turn onto Little John Way and take your first left, then take your firs...
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    • Salt Spring Island, British Columbia

      Kayak Ganges Harbour

      5.0
      Salt spring island has plenty of amazing put in points for an afternoon of sea kayaking, but the ganges harbour is sheltered and easily accessible.For the put in points you have two options: The salt spring marina or churchill beach. Churchill beach would be the easier of the two with the added b...
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    • Squamish-Lillooet D, British Columbia

      Hike to Crooked Falls

      4.0
      4 mi / 1400 ft gain
      The trail to Crooked Falls starts at the Sigurd Creek Trail. The coordinates are: N49.910556, W-123.322817. It is a scenic dive just past the Squamish city center and the Squamish River.  Once at the trail head you'll walk across a bridge over Sigurd Creek and follow the logging road for a couple...
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    • Whistler, British Columbia

      Hike to High Falls Creek, BC

      5.0
      5.3 mi / 1719.2 ft gain
      This is a great hike with varied terrain. From a flat meandering path to steep, scramble sections with chains and braided ropes. The must-see attraction on this trail is the thunder force of tumbling water heard throughout the day as you hike along a steep walled canyon.You have the option of par...
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    • Whistler, British Columbia

      Summit Black Tusk in Garabaldi Provincial Park

      5.0
      19 mi / 5708.7 ft gain
      This is a very challenging trail! If you are going to carry in a backpack for an overnight hike, you should have a good level of fitness. For a day hike, the trail is nearly 30km long, so still a good level of fitness is required. The trail isn’t technically challenging, but it is up in the alpin...
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