Searching for hidden hangouts is one of my favorite things to do in this city I’ve been fortunate enough to call home for the last decade. Our good friend Hep is to thank for showing us this super cool secret bunker hiding in plain sight at one of the most popular parks in West Vancouver.
Lighthouse Park sees many daily visitors. There are a number of trails to hike, oceanfront spots to picnic at, and view points in which to take in the stunning sunsets.
Most people coming to Lighthouse Park tend to stick to the well beaten paths, though. And unfortunately for them, that means missing out on this unique hangout spot. Continue reading
Every summer the Architectural Institute of BC hosts guided walking tours of some of Vancouver’s most vibrant neighborhoods. The cost is a mere $10 per person and offers a really neat perspective on this animated city. I assure you, it’s a really great value for the price.
Whether you’re here on holiday or you’re a long-time resident, this tour will surely prove to be informative and enjoyable. At the very least it will be a good photo opportunity for tourists and locals alike. Continue reading
There’s a secret little swimming hole in Powell River with one of the most epic rope swings around. Continue reading
Texada Island is the largest of the Gulf Islands off the coast of Vancouver BC, and while it’s a pain in the butt to get to from Vancouver (3 ferries + lots of driving), it is SO worth it.
If you find yourself in Powell River, you absolutely must make a day trip over to Texada Island, as it’s only a 30-minute ferry ride away. Continue reading
Powell River has, quite literally, the BEST crab ever.
The town of Powell River is located in the Northern part of BC’s Sunshine Coast, and is without a doubt a fisherman and/or adventure enthusiast’s paradise.
It’s also the gateway to ah-mazingly stunning Texada Island.
Salmon are aplenty here, but Dungeness Crabs are the real show-stoppers of the sea-life. You’re pretty much guaranteed to catch your daily limit, in fact – you’ll likely have to let some free back into the wild. And I’ll be damned if they aren’t the tastiest crab you’ve ever eaten in your whole life. Continue reading