Everything You Need to Know About Skiing Near Vancouver in Winter 2022/23

Snowboarder at Whistler Blackcomb

Snowboarding at Whistler. Photo: Destination BC/@miraecampbell

The first flakes of snow have hit the mountains, which means ski season is around the corner! Here is everything you need to know about skiing at six ski resorts near Vancouver in winter 2022/23.

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Everything You Need to Know About Skiing Near Vancouver in Winter 2022/23

7 Ways to Embrace the Rain in Vancouver

Two people wearing rain jackets enjoy the Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver

Capilano Suspension Bridge. Photo: Destination Canada

Vancouver has many nicknames, including “Raincouver”. But locals embrace the rain, grabbing umbrellas and rain jackets, then heading outside to enjoy it. Here are seven outdoor activities you’ll want to experience on a rainy day in Vancouver.

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7 Ways to Embrace the Rain in Vancouver

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival’s 2022 Fall Series Starts November 14

Promo poster for the VIMFF Fall Series 2022

Photo: VIMFF

Get inspired at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF). Their 2022 fall program launches in-person and online on November 14 with over 25 films and events.

 

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival’s 2022 Fall Series Starts November 14

7 Things To Do at Mundy Park in Coquitlam

Boardwalk in Mundy Park in Coquitlam

Boardwalk trail in Mundy Park Photo: Tourism Coquitlam

As the largest park in Coquitlam, Mundy Park protects a beautiful second-growth temperate rainforest and several small lakes. Try spotting some wildlife, ride your bike, bring a picnic, try disc golf, or just wander the tree-lined trails.

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7 Things To Do at Mundy Park in Coquitlam

7 Ways to Get Outdoors in Delta

Viewing platform at Deas Island Regional Park

Wildlife viewing platform at Deas Island Regional Park. Photo: Metro Vancouver Regional Parks

Surrounded by the Fraser River and the Pacific Ocean, Delta has lots of great places to experience the outdoors. Ride your bike, take a nature walk, go bird watching, and lots more.

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7 Ways to Get Outdoors in Delta

Get Off the Beaten Path in Stanley Park

A beaver swimming amongst reeds

Beaver. Photo: Svetozar Cenisev/Unsplash

Tourists and locals flock to Stanley Park to enjoy famous landmarks like the Seawall, the Vancouver Aquarium, and the totem poles. But Stanley Park has lots of hidden gems waiting to be discovered if you get off the beaten path.

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Get Off the Beaten Path in Stanley Park

October 2022 Vancouver Area Hike of the Month: Brohm Lake

View of the Tantalus Range from the Brohm Lake Trail

View of the Tantalus Range and the Cheakamus River valley. Photo: Taryn Eyton/HappiestOutdoors.ca

The quiet trails around Brohm Lake north of Squamish are perfect for fall with beautiful views of Brohm Lake, the Tantalus Mountains, and autumn colours in the Cheakamus River valley.

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October 2022 Vancouver Area Hike of the Month: Brohm Lake