I heard someone say as I left the Elk Falls Provincial Park on Vancouver Island, that they wanted to see the bridge. Really? What drew me to the site was the name, Elk Falls. The suspension bridge was just an extra surprise. Continue reading A suspension bridge?
Usually, when I’ve visited North Vancouver’s Lynn Canyon Park, I’ve taken visitors who ventured not far beyond the suspension bridge. This time, I decided to visit alone because I’d be able to hike further along the trails than I had before. Continue reading Baden Powell Trail
What is it about bridges? When I see them, there’s an urge to step across. I know I’m not the only one with this crazy notion because while hiking around Lynn Canyon Park, I met someone who had to back track just to have another chance to walk over the suspension bridge. Continue reading Bridges
Situated in the heart of North Vancouver, Lynn Canyon Park has the best hiking trails in the area. The walkways are well maintained with loads of steps for an extra work out. Continue reading Lynn Canyon Park
I made many trips to my neighbouring province, Alberta. It wasn’t that it was the most exciting province, although there were a few unique sites, but my daughter lives in Calgary.
One of the first places I was keen to explore was Drumheller, 135 kilometres north-east of Calgary. Continue reading Alberta’s Drumheller – from dinosaurs to hoodoos