The Best Places in Vancouver to Practice Yoga Outside

Where to practice yoga outside in Vancouver

Photo: Tia Vath

Tired of practicing yoga in your living room? As spring starts to bloom around us and the weather gets warmer, check the weather forecast, grab your mat and head out for some yoga with a view. Here are some epic places to find some peaceful bliss in the city.

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The Best Places in Vancouver to Practice Yoga Outside

10 Kid-Friendly Ways to Spend Family Day Weekend Outdoors in Vancouver

A family at the gondola platform at Whislter Mountain near Vancouve

Photo: Destination BC/Rick Collins

Want to plan some quality together time this Family Day Weekend? Go outside to the forest, the snow, the beach, and more. Here are ten ideas for kid-friendly outdoor fun around Vancouver this Family Day Weekend.

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10 Kid-Friendly Ways to Spend Family Day Weekend Outdoors in Vancouver

Five Peaceful Places to Experience Cherry Blossom Season in Vancouver

Vancouver cherry blossoms

Photo: WCutler via the VCBF map

Find some peace from the hustle and bustle at these beautiful Vancouver locations to view the cherry blossoms. Melt away your winter blues by thinking pink!

 

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Five Peaceful Places to Experience Cherry Blossom Season in Vancouver

Get Your Cameras Ready for the The 13th Annual Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival

Photo via Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Event gallery

Pops of pink are starting to show up on the trees in Vancouver, which means spring is in the air and the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival is just around the corner! The dates for the 13th year of one of Vancouver’s most anticipated events have been announced, with the 2019 festival spanning April 4-28. Prepare your cameras to think pink!

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Get Your Cameras Ready for the The 13th Annual Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival

Explore Metro Vancouver with the 2017 Parks Passport Program

metro vancouver parks passport program

Image courtesy of どこでもいっしょ | Inside Vancouver

Need a bit more motivation to get outside and into a park this year? The Metro Vancouver Parks Passport Program is perfect for the people that love a bit of a challenge with their afternoon adventures in nature.

The passport program includes parks all over Metro Vancouver from Bowen Island to Mission, BC (about an hour away from Downtown Vancouver). The initiative was created to give residents and visitors to Vancouver an extra reason to visit some of the amazing parks that are in close proximity to the city. The passport is free and gives you a chance to win awards – what more could you want!

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Explore Metro Vancouver with the 2017 Parks Passport Program

Vancouver – BC’s Self-Propelled Adventure Capital

Photo: Rob Weiss

Victoria may be the capital city of our gorgeous province, but I contend Vancouver is the Self-Propelled Adventure capital of Super Natural British Columbia.  What do I mean by self-propelled adventure? In truth, there are no rules or classifications, however, to be recognized as a self-propelled adventurist, you must embark on a journey that is solely human powered.  Bike, hike, paddle, run, walk, glide, or skate. The only limit is your imagination, and maybe your fitness level.

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Vancouver – BC’s Self-Propelled Adventure Capital

Parks & Parties – Metro Vancouver Celebrates 50 Years

Sunrise Bedford Channel Photo: Rob Weiss

2017 promises to be an epic year for parks and parties! Our beloved Canada is turning 150, and in honour of this epic birthday, Parks Canada is offering their Discovery Pass granting visitors free admission to our world renowned National Park network. Closer to home, there is another special anniversary of note. Metro Vancouver Regional Parks is celebrating 50 years of “hikes, dog walks and morning runs among centuries-old trees.”

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Parks & Parties – Metro Vancouver Celebrates 50 Years