Our tour will take us through mossy forests and fern beds, across a suspension bridge, floating a hundred feet above Lynn Canyon with stunning views of waterfalls and alongside the river to pools that offer perfect picnic stops. NOTE: The suspension bridge is closed for maintenance from November 19th to December end. This is still an amazing experience even without the suspension bridge, the route remains the same minus the bridge crossing. We begin our journey on the world renown Baden Powell Trail, as we follow its winding path through a forest of towering trees Lynn Creek appears alongside us. This trail will deliver us to the Suspension Bridge giving us the chance to gaze into the canyon below taking in the impressive waterfalls from a bird's eye view. The east side of the creek sits above the canyon in a more mature forest and delivers us to Twin Falls a smaller double waterfall. After a short climb, we return to the Suspension Bridge on route to a river beach to brew a little Cedar tea and nibble on candied salmon. Our journey is approximately 5km in length and includes short steep sections with well made wooden steps. The walk is a beautiful figure 8 loop helping us to capture the magic of the canyon while seeing new terrain throughout. Sunset tours include an increased chance of wildlife sightings such as Bears and Owls. Headlamps are provided for these tours
Sharing my passion for the outdoors is what I love doing best. I simply can't get enough time outside. As a result, I have made a career guiding tours in the mountain and forests in and around the beautiful city of Vancouver. I have been on hundreds of outdoors adventures and have lots of knowledge to share and more than one trick, to make every day in the great outdoors a day to remember! Check out my instagram handle to get inspired, get a flavor of the pacific north west and even get ideas for some self guided adventures - @rugged_adventure I have also become somewhat of an advocate for safety in the local community. So much so that Breakfast TV Vancouver interviewed me! http://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/the-top-3-hiking-mistakes/
Candied Salmon As we picnic by the river I will share stories of how important Salmon are to the ecosystem on the West Coast.
Tea Cedar Tea
Headlamps for sunset tour
This tour is great, through the seasons Summer, Fall, Winter or Spring. We will visit mossy forests and fern beds, across a suspension bridge, floating hundreds of feet above a creek with stunning views of waterfalls and alongside the river to pools that offer perfect picnic stops.
Escape to rugged waterfalls & canyons