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Terrarosa Glacier Expedition 2010 - ClubTread Community. Adding a bit more context to this epic expedition, I just wanted to share the experience from the logistics party trying to recover the truck - enjoy!

Terrarosa Glacier Expedition 2010 - ClubTread Community

Escape from Fire Mountain – 12-13 Jul 10 Waking up in our tent to a cloudy dawn on the Coast Mountains south of Pemberton, Kelly and I had no idea of the day that would confront us. We were nestled in a snow hollow among conifers on the south slope of Fire Mountain at around 5000 feet. Disturbingly, we discovered we were also bridging a small stream that trickled under our base emitting a curiously soothing burble. Around us was the call of the warblers that are up at this altitude for the abundant insect life. Climbing back into the cab, I gave Stuart my full details for the billing and he responded that I should phone Payless in the morning (it was already morning) to find out the total once he had reported back in. Search for Slumach’s Lost Gold Mine – Part 1 The Legend.

There are many legends on the West Coast of lost treasure, mines, and caches of precious metal.

Search for Slumach’s Lost Gold Mine – Part 1 The Legend

They are entertaining and spark our adult imagination the same way fantasy novels did when we were kids. I have to admit that I am fascinated with theses stories and the lure of stumbling upon a huge reserve of gold is hard to ignore. West Coast Placer. There are many legends on the West Coast of lost treasure, mines, and caches of precious metal.

West Coast Placer

They are entertaining and spark our adult imagination the same way fantasy novels did when we were kids. I have to admit that I am fascinated with theses stories and the lure of stumbling upon a huge reserve of gold is hard to ignore. The closer to home the legends are the more tantalizing they become. One pervasive legend is the legend of Slumach’s lost gold mine. I have been part of two expeditions to find this mine in 2012 and 2014. On the West coast this legend is well known. List of heritage buildings in Vancouver. The following is a list of buildings and structures classified as Schedule "A" and Schedule "B" heritage buildings by the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

List of heritage buildings in Vancouver

These are designated heritage buildings, and as such are legally protected by the city's heritage by-law No. 4837. The list does not include: Buildings in Gastown or Chinatown. These areas are geographically designated heritage sites by the province of British Columbia, although the city is responsible for protecting heritage buildings therein.[1]Buildings and structures designated by By-laws enacted since 31 January 2003.Other heritage structures that may be protected by the federal or provincial governments.[1] Assembly[edit] (Group A) - places used for people gathering for entertainment, worship, and eating or drinking.

Business[edit] (Group B) - places where services are provided (not to be confused with mercantile, below). Educational[edit] Fraser St. road bridge in Vancouver, BC - Northern BC Archives.

BC Heritage Homes

Orpheum Self Guided Tours - Vancouver Civic Theatres. Greenheart TreeWalk. Closed: November 1 – March 31.

Greenheart TreeWalk

For more information on our operating schedule please visit our Hours and Directions page. Click on picture to view Flickr album The Greenheart TreeWalk will spark your adventurous spirit as you navigate suspended walkways and tree platforms high above the forest floor. Located in the heart of UBC Botanical Garden, the 310 metre-long tree top canopy walkway hangs from huge Douglas firs, cedars and grand firs, many of which are over 100 years old. Reaching a height of nearly 20 metres above the forest floor, the walkway will give you a bird’s eye view of Vancouver’s magnificent coastal temperate rainforest.

You can make your way from platform to platform at your own pace or have a knowledgeable guide take you on a fascinating tour. The Greenheart TreeWalk is a canopy walkway, an aerial trail system that allows people to journey through the upper parts of the forest. Guided Tours.

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Welcome to the Beaty Biodiversity Museum. Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge. 10 new Vancouver restaurants you need to try this month. Nothing gets us going like a list of new Vancouver restaurants to check out.

10 new Vancouver restaurants you need to try this month

Whether its a brand new concept for the city or a new location of one of our favourite local eateries, we can’t wait to start ticking these spots off our must-try list. Here are 10 new Vancouver restaurants you need to try this month. Fiore Newly-opened Fiore brings hand-made pizza and pasta to South Granville. This spot opened in mid-February and replaced another Italian eatery in the neighbourhood, Siena. Address: 1485 West 12 Avenue, VancouverPhone: 604-558-1485 Facebook | Instagram Virtuous Pie – Wesbook Village Located at 3339 Shrum Lane in Wesbrook Mall, the new 2,000 sq. ft. spot opened on Wednesday, February 28.

Address: 3339 Shrum Lane, Vancouver Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Tocador Bar & Restaurant Tocador, a brand new, Cuban-inspired cocktail bar and restaurant, has just opened for business in the Mount Pleasant area. Address: 2610 Main Street, VancouverPhone: 604-620-2433 Facebook | Instagram Mr. Instagram.