Bigger Badder British Columbia Hikes

Sarah Loehndorf from Balancing Wanderlust talks about some of the Bigger and Badder hikes, including Frosty Mountain, Needle Peak, Vicuna & Guanaco Peaks, and Sky Pilot.

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10 Best Beginner Hikes around Vancouver

If you’re new to hiking or looking for some easier trails, here’s a list of the 10 Best Beginner Hikes around Vancouver to explore.

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10 Best Vancouver Hikes

The 10-best hiking trails near Vancouver, BC, including Garibaldi Lake, Panorama Ridge, Elfin Lakes, Joffre Lakes, Tunnel Bluffs and more.

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Suspension Bridges Near Vancouver

A list of suspension bridges near Vancouver, Whistler, and in Southwest British Columbia along hiking trails with spectacular west coast scenery.

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What Goes into Building and Maintaining a Hiking Trail?

Chris Ludwig from the BC Mountaineering Club discusses what goes into building and maintaining a hiking trail using the Watersprite Lake trail as an example.

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Top Ten Trails for Running near Vancouver

In part 2 of his Trail Running series, Karl Woll of Outdoor Vancouver highlights some of the best trail running routes and breaks each route down by skill level as easy, intermediate, or pro.

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Mountain Views of Howe Sound

These hiking trails provide some of the most scenic mountain views of Howe Sound between West Vancouver and Squamish. How many of these views have you seen?

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Trails of the West Coast Hiking Guide

If you’re planning a trip to Tofino or Ucluelet, pickup your free Trails of the West Coast guide to help you explore the incredible hiking trails in the region.

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National Parks and Historic Sites in BC

It’s Canada’s 150th Birthday in 2017 and to mark the special occasion, Parks Canada is providing free access to all National Parks and Historic Sites with their 2017 Discovery Pass. Here is a list of all the National Parks and Historic Sites in British Columbia to help you plan your trips.

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November and December Hiking Trails

While hiking in November or December around Vancouver can be dangerous at higher elevations due to snow and less daylight hours, there are plenty of hiking trails at lower elevations that are usually snow-free.

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