Whytecliff Park

Originally named White Cliff City, which opened in 1909.  Whytecliff Park is located near West Vancouver's Horseshoe Bay Neighbourhood.  The park is currently home to more than 200 marine animal species and is the first Marine Protected Area in Canada. Sea lions can be seen sunbathing on the beach during summer.


The park is perfect for family barbeques with ample space and public washrooms. The park also offers great hiking, swimming and is a popular location for underwater diving.


Source: Wikipedia



Harrison Hot Springs Water Park

If you're looking for a place that's fun for the the whole family and need to cool down then Harrison Lake and Harrison River is the place to go!  Enjoy many water activites like fishing, boating, windsurfing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing, or just soaking in the hot springs pool, Harrison is all about clear, clean, glacier pure water.


Souce: Tourism Harrison



The Stawamus Chief

Officially called Stawamus Chief Mountain, “The Chief” is the most recognized mountain near Squamish, BC.  This granite dome is often claimed to be the "second largest granite monolith in the world."   Canada's big-wall rock-climbing mecca, attracting keen rock climbers from around the world every summer.  The Chief’s three summits offer rewarding views of Howe Sound, Squamish town site and surrounding mountains. This park has opportunities for camping, hiking, rock climbing and scenic viewing atop the Chief.


Source: Wikipedia



Grouse Grind


The Grouse Grind is Vancouver, BC’s most popular trail.  Located in North Vancouver at the base of Grouse Mountain, the trail is so widely used that wooden steps were built on most of the trail to prevent erosion from further use.  This trail is not for the faint of heart, there are 2,830 stairs and has an elevation gain of 2,800 feet!


Reach the top of the peak and you can successfully say that you completed “The Grind”.  Then you can turn around and hike back down the mountain… just kidding!  At the top you can purchase snacks, shop, hike some more, or have lunch.  You can also purchase your ticket for the Gondola ride down the mountain.





Thinking of renovating or updating your home this summer?


Summertime is all about the great outdoors and drier weather; which for some home owners means it’s the perfect time to start a home renovation project.   Whether it is a small do-it-yourself project or a large project requiring a contractor it’s going to take some time and money.   We can’t give you more time, but we might be able to give you some MONEY!!  Read on!


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