Did you know? Established in 1936, the park was named for Frederick Seymour, Governor of British Columbia from 1864 to 1869

Outdoor Vancouver Newsletter

October 27, 2016
Edition #45

Hiking Al's Habrich Ridge in Squamish


The hike to Al’s Habrich Ridge takes you through a pleasant forest up to the ridge which sits below the summit of Mount Habrich. From the ridge, you have an expansive view of Howe Sound, The Stawamus Chief, Sky Pilot Mountain and the Tantalus Range. From the ridge viewpoint, the trail pushes along further to reach Neverland Lake. 

The snow has started falling and you'll probably want to keep this one on your list for next year. However, we have a brand new guide for this hike - check it out here!
 


(Mostly) Local Outdoor News


1. Anger grows over CMHC trespass signs on Mt. Seymour trails. @Van Sun
2. Advice from North Shore Rescue as winter returns to the back country. @News1130
3. Scuba diver killed in West Vancouver incident. @CBC
4. Island man fined for disturbing nesting eagles with drone. @CBC
5. Bear attacks Squamish residents in their backyard. @CBC
6. Coquitlam cyclists oblivious as black bear snacks in tree above them. @Daily Hive
7. Grizzlies seen swimming near Port McNeill seen as 'red flag'. @CBC
8. How to Filter and Purify Water for Camping and Survival. @AoM


#BCHikeChat - Waterfall Hikes


With all the recent rain, it's the perfect time to be getting out and doing some waterfall hikes. If you're looking for some ideas, join us for BC Hike Chat on Twitter next Sunday, Nov 6 at 9pm PT. If you've never participated in a Twitter Chat before, its a great way to connect with other local hikers. You can see all the details about joining here.

And if you just want an idea of some waterfalls to check out right now, I'd recommend:


Current Gear Deals


Here's some of the deals going on right now:
Hope you have a Happy Halloween!

Karl

UPCOMING EVENTS

Fall Classic Run
November 13, 2016
Phantom Run Trail Race
November 19, 2016
Vancouver Int'l Film Fest
Nov 22 - 25, 2016

(Click for full events calendar)

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  1. High Knoll (Coquitlam)
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