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Touring, Downhill

Mt Fromme – Mountain Bike – Train & Play

A medium sized group of ridiculously good looking people set off to take their training wheels off and give Mt. Fromme a shot. Unfortunately I failed hard and didn’t get any pictures of anything that happened before our lunch break…my … Continue reading

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Cycle Touring Galiano Island

Galiano Island was one of the numerous destinations to see in Canada on my endless bucket list. At the beginning, it was supposed to be only a one-day trip. However excellent weather predicted for the weekend made me, Cora and … Continue reading

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Bike Touring the Sunshine Coast

April 12-15, 2015 Participants: two days only, Aga, Tom, Artem; four days: Jeff, Brody, Lucy This is the first trip I’ve organized in a while, and my first bike tour ever, so I guess being the novice, the onus is … Continue reading

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Seymour Demonstration Forest Bike-Hike

Saturday, April 11th, 2015 I joined a small group heading to the Seymour Demonstration Trail for my first official bike-hike. I like biking, and I like hiking, so it sounded like fun. The questionable weather forecast calling for rain left … Continue reading

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Adventure to the Pitt River Hot spring

Here is the link to the trip report of how to go to the Pitt River Hot Springs, the easiest way possible. http://teambadidea.wordpress.com/2014/12/01/team-bad-idea-soak-in-style/ Enjoy!

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Indian Arm – Sept. 27-28

Paddling Indian Arm: A Study Break There is only one good reason to wake up before sunrise on a Saturday and it is to go kayaking. I drag myself out of bed as the alarm drills it’s way into my … Continue reading

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Khyber Pass (BC) via Mountain Bike – Summer “Slack” Country

The Khyber Pass connects Afghanistan, Pakistan and India and, being part of the silk road, is one of the oldest known passes in the world. This trip didn’t take place in that pass. The Khyber Pass (in Whistler) is an … Continue reading

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Alternative Anvil Ascent.

“Anvil island is steep, my neck is starting to hurt” said Piotr as we were approaching the East side of Anvil. Rewind to a week ago. In a conversation on another trip, it turned out both of us have been … Continue reading

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Beacon amidst Destruction(Kayaking)

Some destinations have a way of sticking in your head until you finally get there. I first saw Destruction Island on a road trip through Washington a couple years back and meant to go back and paddle there ever since. … Continue reading

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…But will it stay upright? Tour D’ Indian Arm kayak race.

Saturday night after Son of Rock, I went to sleep with two nagging questions in mind, both concerning my newly purchased “vintage” racing kayak. One, will it float? And two, equally important, will it stay upright? Rewind to Thursday same … Continue reading

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