From the car park, the West Vancouver trail led to a t-junction with no sign to indicate which way to go. I decided to head up hill over an up and down path that wound its way amongst brambles and rocks. The trail appeared as if the undergrowth hadn’t been cleared since the previous summer because in places branches hid the path so I couldn’t see where I trod. Continue reading Cypress Falls Park Hiking Trail
Richmond was almost devoid of parks in my view. One area set aside for a park was still being developed while along the Fraser River, a trail extended along part of the river. Continue reading Richmond Hiking Trail
West of Peterborough, Victoria was Bay of Islands Coastal Park. If the Twelve Apostles didn’t exist, this would be the place to see multiple stacks. Continue reading Bay of Martyrs
As I entered the road leading to the reserve, there were signs warning hikers about monkeys. I thought I’d been lucky up to this point, not spotting a monkey. I’d heard leaves rustle from above, but it wasn’t until I came to this final trail that one edged its way along a railing. Continue reading Bukit Timah’s South View Trail
I was lured by the name of this Singapore trail. Anything to do with caves seems to have that affect on me.
Like all the trails within the reserve, this one was marked clearly with the path well maintained. Continue reading Bukit Timah’s Catchment Trail
This was only a 1.3 kilometre hike up hill all the way to Singapore’s highest point — a mere 163 metres above sea level. I expected a view when I reached the top, but the thick forest prevented seeing any further than the summit’s boundary. Continue reading Hiking Trail to Bukit Timah’s Summit