Today's mountain bike trail feature is Credit Line in the Alice Lake & Garibaldi Highlands Bike Zone. Credit Line is consistently voted one of the most popular trails in the Alice Lake area and contains a good mix of downhill and technical climbing.
ℹ️ 𝗧𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗹 𝗶𝗻𝗳𝗼: The trail includes rock rollers, off-camber lines and finishes with some flow and gradual terrain. It also includes a spectacular viewpoint halfway down the trail–a must-do in #Squamish ! Follow the link in our bio to browse trails. #ExploreSquamish
Whether you are 18 or 68, your body has the potential to feel strong and capable! Taking care of your body with proper nutrition, regular chiropractic care, adequate physical activity, rest, and more has big impact for how we feel when we crawl out of bed in the morning. Are you ready to feel your best? What is one thing you can change today to show some love for your body?
The Kayak Lodge Getaway is our most flexible trip in terms of paddling difficulty. Since there's no pressure to reach a particular destination, the length of paddle is up to the group. There is usually the option of splitting up the group for those feeling more adventurous. We've even had some folks choose to explore on land and skip the paddling all together - and that's okay too!Something for everyone on this one. 👍
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@thekylecornell and I are super stoked to have our Photography and Actor Space Studio up and running this Spring 2020 ✨Follow @eastsidegrove for updates 🤘🏼
We know the best spots in Desolation Sound and beyond!
Apart from the park camps and the better known crown land sites, we use dedicated tenured camping locations that are exclusive to our company, meaning we can get off the beaten track no matter what time of year.
Here a group on a 7 day expedition relaxes on a remote beach in Toba Inlet after a wonderful day of adventure in the summer of 2018.
Celebrated comedians James & Jamesy, reach new heights of
hilarity and depths of profundity with their production James & Jamesy in the Dark, Saturday March 4th at the Columbia Valley Centre Presented by the District of Invermere.
Perks of having a friend with a pilot's license, You get to spend your hungover Saturdays looking at dope ass views of Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast. Even got to give it a go myself for a while, I'll stick to ambulances thanks very much! 🤙 #ilovebc#travelbc#pilot#vancouverisland
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We recently installed a Kinetico Dechlorinator for one of our clients. Do you have too much chlorine in your water? Get in touch today!
✨“I hope someday
you know the taste
of early morning mountain air,
and the saltwater waves of the ocean,
and the unexpected bliss of some strange sweet-bitter fruit.
But I hope you also know the taste of hope on an ordinary Tuesday,
when you do not feel okay,
and you rise up anyway.
Do more than just visit the world;
belt to the heavens,
listen to the languages of everyday passerby,
in every single moment
go joy-hunting today...”✨ — @morganharpernichols
I don’t just care about the music industry and artists, I whole-heartedly wish *everyone* would follow their passions. I try not to push it on people, but it really does hurt me inside when I see other people hurting inside because they aren’t following their passions in any way shape or form.
I’ve spent my entire career helping music artists pursue their passions, as well as helping other managers help their artists pursue their passions, while simultaneously pursuing my own.
But we are ALL put on this earth to do incredible things. Yes, all of us. I know it can be intimidating and growth-stunting looking up to others and thinking they have something you don’t, I’ve been there. You almost believe in THEM more than you believe in YOURSELF.
But you MUST believe in the strength and competence of yourself. Not just others. You have it in you. Your capacities are real. And when you start to believe in yourself and use your unique capacities to their fullest, you start to look back and say “I used to dream of being where I am right now” with every milestone you hit.
Do you know what your passions are?
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" I will attempt to translate a little bit, it is our custom that when we have visitors, that we observe that at the fireside, at the edge of the woods is where we see the smoke rising. So we come to you in all respect and we welcome you to our territory and the first thing that we do is that we say that anything that has affected you recently, the tears from your eyes, we say that we go and take the finest soft leather from the belly of a fawn and that’s what we’ll use to wipe away your tears so you can see clearly and also so that we can see you. And also we say sometimes death, and we call it death because what happens when there’s great concern or trauma or anything of that nature, we say that death goes into your ears and causes a blockage and what we do is that we go to the other side of the sky world and we’ll bring the finest eagle feather and that’s what we’ll use to pull that out from your ears so that you’ll be able to hear clearly to understand what’s being said. We say that when there’s trauma, it causes a blockage in our throat, that blockage in our throat makes it difficult sometimes to say what’s on our mind and what’s on our heart. We say what we do is that we give the finest water, we go to the other side of the sky world and bring back the finest water, the purest water, as pristine the ever was. That’s what we use to metaphorically for you to drink so that washes away that blockage in your throat so that you able to speak in a proper correct manner. So these are the words that were asked to be spoken today to welcome you to our territory, and to further discussion. After that, we’ll go for something to eat." Turtle Clan Representative, TEHAHENTE (Frank Miller) welcoming Marc Miller, MINISTER OF INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS CANADA to a meeting with the Mohawk.
With the snow melting away in the high-country, we’re all gearing up for spring adventures. But this also means we need healthy, trail-worthy snacks.
.Check the link in our bio for an amazing #recipe
If this doesn't make you hungry...
Got any favourite recipes to share? Let us know!
Alexander Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Callaghan Country just a few kilometers south of Whistler. There is a viewing platform overlooking Alexander Falls along the road to the Whistler Olympic Park. In the summer, the viewing platform is a nice detour spot along a drive to or from Whistler.
But in the winter, you can do one better than seeing the falls from the viewing platform. When Callaghan Country is operating during the winter months, you can snowshoe right to the base of the spectacular Alexander Falls for an up-close view.
Note: Admission is required to access the Callaghan Country snowshoe trails
Click the link in our bio for full description or go to outdoorvancouver.ca/alexander
Revel in comforting complexity as the exquisite savory notes of our Genmai Cha meet Vancouver Island gin, sea buckthorn, and blue algae.⠀
Experience the brilliance of the sea with the Deep Cove cocktail at @botanistdining in @fairmontpacific, masterfully crafted by Head Bartender Jeff Savage (@fatherofcups).⠀
⠀ #repost 📸: @botanistdining
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Sorry Vegans, Sundays are for Steak & Prawn lovers 🥩🦐😁 EVERY WEEK Steak & Prawn special only $7.95 // PB&J $9.50 ~ See you soon? 🤘🏻 #themoose
We drove up this rugged logging road outside of Port Renfrew and found this big lonely tree. It was the perfect day of adventure around the island as the sun somewhat broke through the clouds and the rain hadn’t fully come down... which was pretty uncommon during the winter months on the island!