5 Vancouver Hikes You Can Get to on Public Transit

Photo credit: Grouse Mountain

In Vancouver, nature is all around us, so you don’t have to travel far to go for a hike. In fact, it’s so easy to go hiking that you don’t even need a car! There are lots of Vancouver hikes you can get to on public transit. Here are a few of my favourites.

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5 Vancouver Hikes You Can Get to on Public Transit

Best Vancouver Area Hikes for Kids

Children hiking in the forest near Vancouver, BC

Photo credit: Tourism Vancouver / Hubert Kang

Vancouver has so many hiking options. Introduce your little ones to the outdoors early with one of these easy hikes. They’re short, flat(ish) and have lots of things to keep young hikers occupied along the way.

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Best Vancouver Area Hikes for Kids

10 Vancouver Hikes with Epic Views

Hiking the Stawamus Chief in Squamish, BC

Hiking the Stawamus Chief in Squamish. Photo Credit Tourism Squamish

Tucked between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountains, Vancouver is spoiled for spectacular scenery. Take a hike to enjoy some of the best views. You can choose from city views, ocean views or mountain views. And the trails range from easy to challenging.

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10 Vancouver Hikes with Epic Views

7 Post-Hike Brunch Spots to Check Out Near and in Vancouver

Photo: Cafe Medina

Hiking season is here! And along with rehydrating during and after, did you know it’s generally recommended to eat within an hour after a hike? So how convenient is is it that we have a plethora of post-morning-hike brunch options near said hikes and in the city? There is no shortage of restaurants and cafes very happy to help you re-fuel after your trek up the Grouse Grind or any other North Shore Mountain hikes.

Whether you’re looking for hearty and/or healthy, patio seating, or that perfect cup of coffee to complement your hike endorphin buzz, you are all set. The Greater Vancouver area is a melting pot of unique and traditional brunch options — here are a few local favourites!

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7 Post-Hike Brunch Spots to Check Out Near and in Vancouver

4 Short & Sweet Hikes for Spring Near Vancouver

Coquitlam Lake View Trail – photo by Stephen Hui

By Stephen Hui

Spring is here! The sun is out, the flowers are in bloom, and the allergies are peaking.

Whether or not you took a winter break from the trails, it’s time to gear up for the ambitious hikes of summer.

Here are four short and sweet hikes — all perfect for springtime and close to Vancouver — to get you started up the path.

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4 Short & Sweet Hikes for Spring Near Vancouver

The Grouse Grind is Open for 2019 + 5 Reasons You Should Seek the Peak

Photo: Grouse Mountain

Are you ready to challenge your legs and seek the peak? Known as “Mother Nature’s Stairmaster”, the Grouse Grind is now open for the season at Grouse Mountain! The popular trail recently had a facelift and is ready for its closeup. If you haven’t yet experienced this epic and iconic trail, here are some fun facts, tips, and five reasons to give it a go.

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The Grouse Grind is Open for 2019 + 5 Reasons You Should Seek the Peak

Stretch, Move, Feast – August 2018 Wellness Events in Vancouver

Image: Mat Collective

Summer in the city is in full swing, and we’ve got a lot on the go for our Vancouverites and visitors alike! There some great events that will get you out and about to enjoy our spectacular views and restaurants – and possibly try something new!

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Stretch, Move, Feast – August 2018 Wellness Events in Vancouver