It’s time to get back to nature!
With all that has been going on in the past few months, the opportunity to get outdoors and participate in physical activities while experiencing the wonder of nature is more important than ever. That’s why we have decided to offer several socially distanced hikes this Saturday July 25, 2020 in the Lower Mainland and Kootenays areas of BC.
In the Vancouver area, we are hiking around Pacific Spirit Regional Park, while following distancing measures and other public health regulations. Located on the west side of the City of Vancouver, the Pacific Spirit Regional Park offers a network of trails contained in more than 750 hectares of forest. The trails in the park are popular with local residents and accessible year-round!
In Nelson, in the Kootenays, we are hiking around Kokanee Creek Provincial Park, a loop of approximately 2.4 km. It is a relatively flat and easy trail suitable for all members of the family. You can expect to experience wild flowers, wildlife, and bird chatter! After the hike, you and your family may want to explore the other attractions at the Park including the adventure playground, Kokanee spawning channel, boat launch and of course some required beach time at the bordering beaches!
The deadline to register for either of these hikes is this Thursday, July 23rd, so don’t wait! If you are in either of these areas, come join us and get back to nature!
For registration information and more details about the Vancouver hike around Pacific Spirit Park: https://www.blindbeginnings.ca/summer-hikes#vancouver
For registration information and more details about the Nelson hike around Kokanee Creek Provincial Park: