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It’s oh so quiet

Oh my, look at what we’ve been up to. Deep Cove is a stunning place to kayak. This is the view right from the launch. We are some very lucky city slickers to have this just a 20 minute drive away. It was so calm and peaceful. The only sounds were the tiny raindrops and the paddles slipping though the water.

Oh Sea to Sky, you are so good lookin! Our gateway to adventure:)

Oh Sea to Sky, you are so good lookin! Our gateway to adventure:)

Subalpine Solitude

The North Shore Mountains that tower over our shiny, noisy city provide us with access to incredible subalpine terrain. Cypress Provincial Park even has a wheelchair accessible trail, which is pretty much the coolest thing ever to someone in a chair who never thought they’d be going for a hike ever again. There’s a definite lack of wheelchair friendly trails around this city but this one is a gem!

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J Strokes

A sunset canoe is probably the best way to see the sun and moon change spots. The wind settles and the surface of the water turns into a mirror of the sky. So beautiful! Canoe paddles are hard for our folks to do so they’re a pretty huge accomplishment. Well done!

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Into the Alpine

Gondolas are just the very, very best things. Forest and the Femme has officially made it right in to the mountaintops. This is an incredible view that the participants never dreamed that they would be able to see. There were tears!

Pretty Pitt Lake. It’s a really big lake and that means that it’s really cold. We 100% didn’t go for a swim here. Nice on the eyes though isn’t it!

Pretty Pitt Lake. It’s a really big lake and that means that it’s really cold. We 100% didn’t go for a swim here. Nice on the eyes though isn’t it!

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