By Mary Macaree, David Macaree, Alice Purdey, John Halliday

ISBN-10: 1553654439

ISBN-13: 9781553654438

Featured during this enduringly well known advisor are walks of 4 hours or much less inside of Vancouver and its environs. There are routes for each style, from ambles in alpine meadows at the North Shore to strolls alongside Burrard Inlet to walks within the Whistler hall. Ten new walks ensue within the rising eco-friendly areas round metro Vancouver. path instructions and maps were thoroughly up-to-date to make route-finding more straightforward and to spotlight new gains alongside the trails. complete indexes aid walkers select a course that’s compatible for the season, and their health point and time-frame.

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At last, however, the sound of traffic disturbs your sylvan idyll, the signal that you are reaching SW Marine Drive, and here you leave the trail that you have followed so long, going left to pick up Clinton, then, on the verge of a wide clearing by the West 33rd Avenue entrance, forking left again on Sasamat, your main return route. On it, you recross Imperial, reach a covered reservoir and, having skirted its edge, go briefly left on Top Trail before emerging on 16th again, a short distance from where you started.

Yet a third option is to continue farther along the beach to Trail 6, which brings you up opposite the Place Vanier Residences. This time you turn back left on Marine Drive until, just beyond Norman Mackenzie House, you go left again to join the earlier trail behind the museum. Steps on Trail #3. If you are really ambitious and are not deterred by numerous downed trees and other obstacles, make for Wreck Beach itself, working along the bottom of the treed slope on a rough route that skirts the mud flats and salt marshes to reach the next access point, Trail 7, the original Wreck Beach Trail.

Take the left-hand one and head downhill. Soon joined by the Trans Canada Trail as it heads eastwards, your route runs north of the houses of Burnaby Heights, while on the left a narrow strip of deciduous forest grows down to water’s edge and, in summer, permits only glimpses of the ridges and valleys across the inlet through the leafy screen. Still, as compensation, there are notice boards and photos to inform McGill Park. you about life on the waterfront in its early days. Then, your distant views improve but, replacing the forest on your seaward side, the foreground is now a Chevron “tank farm” as you make your way across two little parks to North Willingdon Avenue, busy with gasoline trucks.

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