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109 Walks in British Columbia's Lower Mainland

109 Walks in British Columbia's Lower Mainland

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From trails to spectacular waterfalls near Squamish and historic urban forests in South Surrey, coastal headlands in Howe Sound and ridgetop meadows in the Fraser Valley,109 Walks offers a route for everyone who likes to be outdoors.

In this revised seventh edition are 109 of the region’s best walks of four hours or less to suit every taste, whether you’re a visitor to the city or life-long resident, occasional recreationalist or avid walker. The trails have been reorganized from north to south, west to east, and the book includes fourteen all-new walks along with another twelve that have been substantially modified or revived from previous volumes. Most of the classics remain and their trail directions and maps have been completely updated with GPS coordinates to make route-finding easier.

Unchanged are the comprehensive indexes that help ensure a trail that’s right for the season, the time frame and the fitness level of the group; the photographs and notes about points of natural or historical interest plus estimated hiking times and distances; and the clearly written, carefully detailed route descriptions. Accurate, authoritative and highly affordable, 109 Walks is an indispensable guide for exploring British Columbia’s Lower Mainland in all seasons.

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ISBN-13: 9781771000017
Publisher: Greystone Books
Publication date: 04/04/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 12 MB
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About the Author

Mary and David Macaree were long-time members of the British Columbia Mountaineering Club (BCMC), which was founded in 1907 and continues to bring together more than 500 like-minded individuals who organize mountaineering, rock climbing and backcountry skiing trips throughout the year. Under the auspices of the club, the Macarees originated four editions of both this volume and its companion, 103 Hikes in Southwestern British Columbia, which has sold over 100,000 copies. Sadly, they have both passed away but the BCMC continues to support this book, and current authors Alice Purdey and John Halliday are active members.

Table of Contents

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1 UBC Gardens
2 UBC Botanical Gardens
3 Pacifc Spirit Regional Park
4 Chancellor Woods
5 Point Grey
6 Musqueam
7 Jericho Park/Spanish Banks
8 English Bay
9 False Creek
10 Stanley Park
11 Renfrew Triangle
12 Champlain Heights

13 Burnaby Heights/Trans Canada Trail
14 Capitol Hill
15 Burnaby Mountain West
16 Burnaby Mountain
17 Barnet Trails
18 Burnaby Mountainside Trails
19 SFU/Stoney Creek
20 Burnaby Lake
21 Brunette River
22 Deer Lake Park West
23 Deer Lake
24 Molson Way (Central)
25 Molson Way (South)
26 Burnaby Fraser Foreshore Park
27 Mundy Park
28 Shoreline Trail (Port Moody)
29 Sasamat Lake/Woodhaven Swamp
30 Buntzen Ridge
31 Belcarra Regional Park
32 Buntzen Lake
33 Colony Farm Regional Park
34 Ridge Park Loop
35 Coquitlam River/Town Centre Park
36 PoCo Trail
37 Woodland Walks (Lower Burke Ridge)
38 Minnekhada Regional Park

39 Whytecliff
40 Seaview/Larsen Bay
41 Trans Canada Trail/Nelson Creek Loop
42 Lighthouse Park
43 Sahalee/Caufeild Loop
44 Caulfeild/Klootchman Park
45 Whyte Lake Loop
46 Cypress Falls Park
47 Hollyburn Mountain
48 Lower Hollyburn
49 McDonald/Larson Creek Loop
50 Brothers Creek Trails
51 Hollyburn Heritage Trails
52 Ballantree

53 Capilano Canyon

54 Bowser Trail
55 Baden-Powell Trail (Grouse Mountain)
56 Mosquito Creek
57 Mahon Park
58 Lynn Headwaters Loop
59 Rice Lake
60 Two-Canyon Loop
61 Fisherman's Trail
62 Maplewood Flats
63 Northlands Bridle Path
64 Historic Mushroom Loop
65 Three Chop/Old Buck Loop
66 Goldie Lake
67 Dog Mountain
68 Mystery Lake and Peak
69 Baden-Powell Trail (Deep Cove)
70 Indian Arm Parks

71 Lulu Island Dykes
72 Richmond South Dyke Trail
73 Richmond Nature Park
74 Deas Island
75 Boundary Bay Regional Park
76 Elgin Heritage Park
77 Redwood Park
78 South Surrey Urban Forests
79 Green Timbers Urban Forest

80 Tynehead Regional Park
81 Derby Reach Regional Park
82 Campbell Valley
83 Aldergrove Lake Regional Park
84 Matsqui Trail
85 Seven Sisters Trail
86 Teapot Hill

87 Chatham Reach
88 Alouette River Dykes
89 Grant Narrows Regional Park
90 UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest
91 Mike Lake
92 Alouette Nature Loop
93 Gold Creek Trails
94 Kanaka Creek
95 Hayward Lake
96 Bear Mountain Trails
97 Mission Trail

98 Killarney Lake
99 Shannon Falls
100 Squamish Estuary

101 Four Lakes Trail
102 DeBeck Hill
103 Evans Lake Forest
104 Brohm Lake Interpretive Forest
105 Brohm Lake
106 Brandywine/CalCheak
107 Crater Rim Loop
108 Cheakamus Lake
109 Shadow Lake Interpretive Forest

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