Then suddenly it was fall. Soon winter? It is snowing for real, and it's only November 3rd. This year may be one for fun snowy trips up in the mountains. It is our third straight La Nina year. She can bring the white fluffy stuff and some blustery weather. Strap on your spikes!
Annual General Meeting Reminder
Tuesday, Nov 8, 2022
Sunrise Community Centre
1950 Windermere Street, Vancouver
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
Photo Contest Winners & Gear Swap
November Trip Schedule
Check the trip schedule during the month. We add new trips regularly. Want to join in on a trip? You can click here to find out more if you are a member. Not a member? Then come along as a guest. But, hey why not just join? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sat 5 Nov
|Baal and/or Midian Pk
|Sun 6 Nov
|Tue 8 Nov
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
|Sat 12 Nov
8 am - 5 pm
|Sat 12 Nov
|Polytrichum Viewpoint, Halvor Lunden trail, Buntzen Lake,
|Sat 19 Nov
|Lakeview Trail/Buntzen Lake
|Tue 22 Nov
|Yew Lake area Ski
|Sun 27 Nov
|A2b Hike To Be Announced
Grouse Mountain Regional Park Closure
Grouse Mountain Regional Park is currently CLOSED due to helicopter operations in the park from Monday to Saturday, October 31 to November 14. The Grouse Grind, BCMC and Simic Trails are all inside park boundaries. The park will only open on Sundays, weather permitting. The Grouse Mountain Skyride is also closed and will re-open on November 11th.
Renew Your Membership
Annual memberships expire on November 30th. Take a minute to renew today.
Forgot your password? Reset it here. If you've already renewed, thank you so much and see you on the trails. Note: New members who joined in October or November 2022, don't need to renew until November 2023. Thanks so much from your membership team.
Trip Report: Golden Ears East Canyon Loop
by Carol Kautz
Thanks to Katy Poon who led eleven North Shore Hikers on this wonderful, fun hike in Golden Ears Park. Due to the changing temperatures and elevation gain, we had quite a few stops going up the East Canyon Trail. We crossed the bridge to the West Canyon Trail to look down over Gold Creek where the water level was low and then our next stop was Viewpoint Beach. We turned back from Viewpoint Beach and went to the connector loop trail where seven hikers stayed just below Gold Creek Lookout.
Four hikers, led by Bengul, scrambled up to the Upper falls and were glad they did. Out of the four, one became an expert tree hugger on the way down. After the four hikers descended the upper falls, the group descended to the lower falls, had another long break, and returned via the lower falls trail. Everyone was really social, and we all enjoyed the great company and the beautiful fall/summer day. Thank you, Katy, for all your work organizing this successful outing.
Thanks for reading and happy trails!