Reminder: Summer Hikes across BC!

Join us for Family-Friendly Hikes in Port Moody and Creston on Saturday August 22nd!

We are having an incredible summer of hiking so far as we have been to Pacific Spirit Park in Vancouver, Kokanee Creek Park near Nelson, and also have Nanaimo and Kelowna hikes planned for August 15th.

We wanted to be able to squeeze one more set of hikes in before the end of the summer, so we are excited to add two more hikes on Saturday August 22 – these two in Port Moody and Creston!

In Port Moody, we will be exploring the Shoreline Trail at Rocky Point Park while following distancing measures and other public health regulations. Located along the shores of Burrard Inlet, Rocky Point Park in Port Moody is one of the most scenic parks in the lower mainland. The Shoreline Trail is an easy walking route that wraps around the eastern most section of Burrard Inlet, starting from the pier at Rocky Point Park and ending at Old Orchard Park, where there is a picnic area, a playground, and a small beach! Families are invited to bring food and join us for a picnic.

For registration information and more details about the Port Moody hike around Shoreline Trail at Rocky Point Park, head to: https://www.blindbeginnings.ca/summer-hikes#shoreline

In Creston, we will be walking around the aptly named Song Bird and Boardwalk Loop within the Creston Wildlife Management Area, which consist of fairly flat and easy trails for the whole family. We will be able to experience different sounds and sights along our walk too. Creston is further a rich and biologically diverse area with over 300 species of birds, 57 species of mammals and 29 species of fish, reptiles and amphibians! Don’t miss this chance to reconnect with nature and observe these species in their natural habitat!

For registration information and more details about the Creston hike around Song Bird and Boardwalk Loop at the Creston Wildlife Management Area, head to:
https://www.blindbeginnings.ca/summer-hikes#creston

Registration for either of these hikes closes Thursday August 20, so don’t wait and register now by clicking the links above so you don’t miss either of these opportunities to safely socialize with other families and get back to nature!

As a reminder, if you are in the Nanaimo or Kelowna areas, registration is still open until Thursday August 13th for our hikes at the Colliery Dam Loop and Shannon Lake Regional Park, respectively on Saturday August 15th. To register or for more detailed information for either, follow the links below:

Colliery Dam Loop (Nanaimo):
https://www.blindbeginnings.ca/summer-hikes#colliery

Shannon Lake Regional Park (Kelowna):
https://www.blindbeginnings.ca/summer-hikes#shannon

Get those hiking shoes on and come join in the fun!