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Crystal Falls

Crystal Falls is a hidden gem of a hike located in the northern part of Coquitlam and can be entered from Karley Crescent. The trail itself, at least up to the Falls, is scenic and runs along the Coquitlam River. [...]

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Lynn Peak

Lynn peak is just North of Rice Lake and the Lynn Canyon Park and is accessible via the Lynn Peak Trail. It is a longer, but a more scenic and quiet version of the Grouse Grind.

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Cleveland

Some shots along the Capilano Pacific Trail.

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Rice Lake

A trip to rice lake, located just north of Lynn Canyon. A hidden gem as Lynn Canyon itself is full of people, but few bother venturing just a 10min hike north to this lake.

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Garry Point Park

Starting at Bridgeport station, biked West along River Road to Terra Nova park, then South along the West Dyke Trail to Garry Point Park and Steveston Harbour, then East along Dyke Road.

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Burnaby Mountain

Approached from Brentwood Town Centre through Confederation Park and long the Trans Canada Trail East. Very tough uphill, but the views at the top are worth it. You really need a mountain bike for the trails as even a hybrid’s [...]

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Deep Cove

Small and quaint, just as it was many years ago.

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Burnaby Lake Park

Going through the Northern trail of Burnaby Lake Park from Sperling Station.

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2014 White Kona Dew Plus

Bought a new commuter bike! This is the 2014 Kona Dew Plus (Matt Pearl White w/ Black Cyan Edition). Coming from a Trek 3700 mountain bike, which I have been riding through the city for years, it’s about time I [...]

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QE

Pictures of fall in QE Park.

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Lynn Canyon

A quick hike through the Lynn Canyon Park in North Vancouver. Was too cold to stay longer.

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Ambleside

Rode through Stanley Park, across Lion’s Gate, and West to Ambleside Park.

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UBC

Rode west through Camosun and Pacific Spirit Parks into UBC. Plenty of new buildings; most notably the new Pharmaceutical Sciences building. Then through the neighbourhoods north and east of UBC.

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Kensington Ave and Highway 1

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Deer Lake

Some shots from Deer Lake in Burnaby. Hard to believe there’s this little oasis of wild land located in the heart of the city. Although nearer to the edges you can hear traffic and such, at certain areas in the [...]

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Cleveland

Another trip to the Cleveland trails, though this time under nicer weather.

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Cariboo Road

Some random shots with the new S3.

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Lynn Canyon

A hike through the Lynn Canyon Park in North Vancouver.

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Grouse

Another run up the Grouse Grind, but this time spending a bit more time to walk around at the top before heading back down.

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Whytecliff

A trip to Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver.

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Cleveland

Another venture into the Cleveland Dam Park via Sea Bus. It was rainy there, which added a nice mist throughout the area.

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First Snow

The first snowfall of the season, blanketing the world once again and allowing me to get some nice shots in QE Park.

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BCMC

Enough with the crowded Grind. Taking a road less traveled, the BCMC trail runs more or less parallel to the Grind, but is far more peaceful.

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Grouse

Some shots from the top of Grouse Grind.

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Grouse Bears

The top of Grouse Mountain houses a couple bears in a miniature habitat. Its nice but quite small.

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