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Outdoor Vancouver Newsletter

Nov 26, 2015

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals on Gear


Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) is upon us, and that means it's a great time to grab any outdoor gear you might need. I've compiled a list of a few good Canadian stores that offer free (or cheap) shipping and have deals going. Personally, I've ordered from Live Out There before and got a deal on an Outdoor Research hard shell jacket which has been great. I haven't ordered from the other two stores, but they are respected brands. 

1) Live Out There. LiveOutThere.com stocks a lot of great outdoor brands including North Face, Arc'teryx, Patagonia and many more. There is free shipping within Canada and free returns. Also, since they are based in Alberta, tax is only 5%. For Black Friday everything in the store is up to 50% off. See the deals here.

2) Columbia Sportswear Canada. Columbia has a great reputation for winter coats and gear. Shipping is a flat $7 within Canada, and they have 50% off of select gear for Black Friday. See the deals here.

3) Under Armour. UA makes great athletic wear, and I've found a lot of their baselayers perfect for days in the snow. They are offering 25% off select thermals, baselayers and more, with free shipping on orders over $49. See the deals here.

All deals are currently live.
 

(Mostly) Local Outdoor News


1. B.C. slopes ready for skiers. @Vancouver Sun
2. North Shore Search and Rescue Team member has winter warning for ill-prepared hikers. @Vancouver Sun
3. ‘We learned our lesson’: cold hikers saved near Grouse Mountain. @CTV News
4. Fresh, unstable snow brings avalanche warnings for B.C. back country. @Vancouver Sun
5. 20 Wicked Snow Adventures in BC's Backcountry. @BC Magazine
6. Landslide closes popular West Vancouver hiking trail. @Vancouver Sun
7. More education needed as tensions between road users rise. @CTV News
8. 5 Ways to Spend a Rainy Day in Squamish. @Explore BC
9. Happy Trails: Hard work pays off in Chilliwack River Valley. @Chilliwack Progress
10. Plan will market Vancouver Island and Sunshine Coast trails to world. @Campbell River Mirror
11. Mutilated black bears discovered in B.C.. @CBC News
 


Hiking Mount Elsay


We posted a new hiking guide for Mount Elsay in Mount Seymour Provincial Park. Mount Elsay is a challenging hike and makes a great adventure for experienced hikers looking to get well off the beaten path.  

The only problem is the trail isn't suitable for hiking with all the recent snow - so make sure you put it on your list for next summer!

Check out the guide here:
http://www.outdoorvancouver.ca/mount-elsay-hike-north-vancouver/

Until next month!
Karl

UPCOMING EVENTS

Gunner Shaw Memorial Cross Country
Dec 5, 2015
Stewart Mountain Cross-Country Challenge
Dec 12, 2015
Holiday Hustle
Dec 13, 2015

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