Cirque Lake Trail, Whistler BC – Hiking Map & Guide

Cirque Lake Trail, Whistler BC, Hiking Whistler

Cirque Lake. Have you ever heard of it. Probably not! It’s an absolute must do day-trip or overnight destination. It experiences much less traffic than most other trails in the sea to sky/Whistler area and offers very easy access to get deep into the wilderness. It is breathtaking and there are miles and miles of […]

Hiking the High-Note Trail to Russet Lake – Whistler Hiking Guide & Map

Musical Bumps, High Note Trail, Russet Lake Hike

If you’re looking for the best marked day hiking adventure in Whistler, congratulations, You’ve Found It. Get ready for twenty three straight kilometres of alpine hiking bliss showcasing the Garibaldi Provincial Parks epic peaks, enormous glaciers, alpine meadows and alpine lakes. The High Note trail by itself is simply amazing, but, the fun doesn’t stop […]

Hiking the Mount Harvey Trail – Lions Bay, BC

Hiking Mount Harvey, Vancouver BC, Lions Bay BC, Sea To Sky Hiking

Nothing beats a hike close to home! The Mount Harvey trail is a rite of passage for any Lower Mainland hiker but, is not for the faint of heart. Tucked nearby to Vancouver, this knee shatteringly steep trail gains 1260m of elevation in approximately 5.6km. Pain and suffering is the price of admission but the […]

Smoke Bluffs Viewpoint Trail, Squamish BC

Smoke Bluffs Hiking Trail, Squamish BC

The Smoke Bluffs Park and trail network is an awesome spot to explore in the heart of Squamish, BC. The Viewpoint trail rewards hikers with an unbelievable birds-eye view of Squamish, Howe Sound and the Stawamus Chief. It requires minimal effort and depending how you decide to conquer it, a very small time commitment. The […]

Hiking The 4 Lakes Trail | Alice Lake Provincial Park | Squamish BC

Alice Lake Provincial Park 4 Lakes Trail

Alice Lake Provincial park is an amazing recreation hot-spot year round. It’s tucked beautifully into the dense forest and in-between the snow-capped mountains. On hot summers days the lake gets lots of sunshine and swimmers, paddlers and fisherman flock to its shores for some fun on the water. Off the water there are a few […]

Brohm Lake Loop & Tantalus Viewpoint Hike, Squamish BC

Brohm Lake is well known as one of Squamish’s favourite summer cool down spots. Locals love to lounge, float, swim, rope swing and cliff jump into the refreshing lake. The lake is only a quick walk from the parking lot making it a super easy spot to pop down for a swim when returning or […]

How To Hike The Stawamus Chief (1st Peak, 2nd Peak & 3rd Peak)

chief trail in squamish BC

The Chief, formally the Stawamus Chief Mountain is the most recognizable hunk of rock in all of British Columbia. Its Gargantuan Granite wall towers 800m above the ocean in Howe Sound. Believe it or not, it is one of the largest Granite Monoliths in the entire world. Rock climbers flock to the chief all times […]

Hiking the Sea to Summit Trail, Squamish BC

The Sea to Summit Trail is a less trafficked and equally as scenic alternative to the Stawamus Chief trail. It’s Squamish’s version of Vancouver’s Grouse Grind but with a way more epic view and a plethora of hiking accessibility at the top. It enables trail lovers to challenge themselves with a killer uphill workout and […]

Tunnel Bluffs Hiking Guide – Lions Bay, BC

The Tunnel Bluffs Trail is your ticket to spectacular panoramic views of Howe Sound, Bowen Island, Horseshoe Bay and Vancouver Island. The trail itself is moderate and can be tackled by hikers of all skill levels. This is the perfect hiking option in the fall and winter as it stays snow free for most of […]

Black Tusk Trail | Day Hiking Guide

Almost entirely surrounded by ex-volcanic peaks, fed by the Sphinx and Sentinel glaciers, Garibaldi Lake, the turquoise heart of Garibaldi Provincial Park beats 1500m above sea level. Anyone with Instagram or a good old hiking book has seen pictures of this alpine heaven. I know, these photos probably look amazing. But trust me, they can’t […]