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My blog is aimed at people who like travel, hiking and having a giggle outside.

I provide helpful information about picturesque places to explore; Especially possible walks (including distance, elevation gain and how much the hike will turn your legs to jelly!) So far, my blog covers Canada, UK, Japan and New Zealand.

I love connecting with other bloggers, so give me a shout if you'd like to collaborate.

Location Vancouver
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A walk and a lark

Once you reach the end of the logging road, turn right into the trees to start the main muddly, rooty trail towards Marriot Basin and Rohr Lake. If you’d like to see the full map, it is in the trip planning section of the Avalanche Canada website. We couldn’t see the route, but we were able to follow the map on my phone to find the base of the boulder field below Rohr Lake. Next time, I’d like to come in the summertime and attempt to go the whole way up Mount Rohr.

A walk and a lark

The hike to Crooked Falls is short and sweet, so it’s great when you fancy a quick-ish adventure on soggy days. From Squamish, head North on the Highway 99, then turn off onto Squamish Valley Road. After a while, the road turns into a gravel forest service road (but it isn’t too dodgy There was soo much rain and splash back from the waterfall, that we didn’t stop for snacks to admire the view like we normally do.

Parkhurst Ghost Town

It is an easy loop that will take you through a mushroom filled forest to an abandoned logging village near Green Lake. On the return journey you’ll walk along the Sea to Sky trail, like the walk I described at Shadow Lake. We did this walk in October, when there were loooads of the super creepy devils tooth mushrooms looking like they were bleeding along the edge of the trail. If a ghost town, creepy mushrooms, lake views and a huge bear are not enough to get you out on a hike, we also found a waterfall!

A walk and a lark

The BCMC trail is an alternative to the famous Grouse Grind that will allow you to hike up Grouse Mountain in Vancouver, Canada. The Grouse Grind is closed in winter as it is too hazardous to hike on that route when its covered in snow and ice. If you spend several hours up on Grouse Mountain, you will probably want to ride the Sky Ride down the mountain. In the summertime, the speediest people head up the Grouse Grind, so it is nice to have a more relaxed trail for getting up this famous mountain.

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