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Crooked Falls and Squamish Eagle Viewing · Sunday, November 24th
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Start: Sunday, Nov. 24th, 7:00 am
Pre-trip meeting location: Email me for info
NOTE: Postponed until Sunday Nov. 24 due to weather. Please update if no longer interested/committed.
Let's go spend a day out near Squamish and see two cool but very different natural phenomena: a waterfall and hopefully some bald eagles! The plan is to drive out in the morning and hike out to Crooked Falls, a moderate 6 km round trip hike with views of the Squamish Valley. Then we'll go out to a viewing point of Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park on the Squamish River and spend part of the afternoon trying to spot some of the park's famous eagles.
The park website says that peak viewing is mid-November to mid-January, but it does seem to vary by year. So depending on the weather forecast and the wildlife reports, the date for this trip might change.