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Britannia Mine Museum tour/Sea to Summit hike/fishing at Murrin Park

  • Jul 26, 2014 · 9:00 AM
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This trip is for members only (no guest).

We will gather at the church's parking lot and work out car pool logistics.  Extra vehicles will be parked at the side streets.  The team will drive to Britannia Mine Museum.

Trip info

Britannia Mine Museum

We will aim for the first guided tour of the day (meet guide at 1015 hrs)  This part should take 45 mins. We will then spend additional time on our own, looking around, taking pictures, etc.

Sea to Summit hike

We will hike this trail from Squamish Hwy level to the new gondola station via the Sea to Summit Trail.  It will take a few hours.  We will then spend some time up there (viewing platform, suspension bridge, etc).  We will then take the gondola down.

Murrin Provincial Park (Browning Lake) fishing

• We will stop by this lake on our way back for 30 min. at the most

• I want to test the water for fishing

• If you are not fishing, then have a photo session or a walk around the lake

Gear needed

• museum (camera)

• hike (usual stuff - I expect you to be an experienced hiker; steep climb)

• bring fishing license and gear if you are fishing

other info

• I will limit team size to  be 4 - 5 members

• Consult with driver about car pool gas money

Admission cost

• mine tour: $25 + tax

• gondola down ride: $9.95 + tax

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  • Luda

    Hi Herbert, actually no, it wasn't mine. We found this bottle on the trail. I was just caring it to the top to recycle :) and yes, dropped it on the bridge :)

    July 29, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Luda, That water bottle that they found on the suspension bridge was yours (isn't it?) I can recognize a similar bottle on your backpack!

    July 29, 2014

  • Erin H.

    Great day. Good fun. Great company!

    July 27, 2014

  • Luda

    Had a really great time meeting nice people and exploring the museum and the trail with them. It was an awesome day, looking forward to the next time!

    July 27, 2014

  • Katherine T.

    Cant wait for this!!

    July 21, 2014

  • Katherine T.

    Yes!!! So looking forward to this adventure :-)

    July 8, 2014

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