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If you are new to the group please make sure you read ALL OF THE INFO in the "WHAT WE ARE ABOUT" section. Most of your questions should be answered there. If you have further questions please feel free to email the host of the venue you are interested in. Our aim is for you to enjoy your venue in comfort and to have you arrive at the end of your chosen venue happy and safe as well as satisfied with your leader as well as your venue. Bev's cell -[masked] PACE: comfortable pace - please do not go faster than the majority of the group. If you get ahead and do not know the venue you are responsible for yourself. Rule of thumb for safety, wait at all junctions and look behind to make sure you still see the group. Difficulty: Easy/Moderate depending on fitness level Distance: 8 kms return approx or 12 if doing the Houston Trail in reverse. Elevation Gain: 59m Houston Trail. Time: 2.5hrs +/- More if the trip is extended by doing the Houston Trail in reverse Bring: Snack/lunch/water Wear: Dress according to the weather/good footwear/pole if required Season: All year Meet Up: Edgewater Bar Campsite Park day use parking lot. NOT THE HOUSTON TRAIL PARKING LOT. INFO: This is a portion of the Fort to Fort Trail (Trans Canada Trail) which is approx 7.9kms one way from Derby Reach parking lot to Glover Road including the Houston Trail. There are still more trails beyond Derby Reach and trails on Brae Islands to be done another time. We are only doing a portion of these trails as described above. Beautiful trail. Walking along side the Fraser River with beautiful mountain views and other great scenery. Well used amazing trail all year long. Mostly flat apart from the Houston Trail.
minimun 6 months study of yoga asana required. class begins with restorative postures, more passive generally, to prepare, open chest, lungs, quiet mind. patterns of breathing, elongating and slowing breath, generally. different patterns, different purposes. focused, meditative study. takes your practice to next level. invigorates and strengthens lungs and heart. quiets and calms, centering boost to mood and outlook.
PLEASE NOTE: We are not professional guides but a group of volunteers who love to share the joy of cycling. Please be aware that all members and guests cycle at their own risk. Once you sign up you we are not liable for any mishaps and we do not have any medical training. Please be responsible for yourself and follow all cycling rules and the leader's agenda. To help you to be seen and heard on the road the following equipment is strongly recommended for your bicycle: a bell, flashing front and back lights or reflectors and a mirror. Our aim is for you to enjoy your ride in comfort and to have you arrive at the end of the event happy and safe as well as satisfied with your leader and your outing. ****** Biking will be weather dependent. Sometimes cancellations can be a last minute post, so please check your messages on Wednesday night or by 8:00 am. Thursday morning.****** !!!!! FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT........ - Your bike is in good working order - Tires are inflated before arriving to the starting point - Make sure your brakes work - Have a repair kit as well as an extra inner tube. THE RIDE: This trail is a delight to travel even though it is a bit of a challenge to ride. The quaint countryside, wooded areas and views of Mt. Baker make this trail worth the effort. Please note this ride is not recommend for beginners. Terrain: We travel along horse trails, quiet country roads and gravel pathways. There are gentle rolling hills and one very steep hill. Feel free to walk up the hill as we always wait for those who chose this option. The route is about 45 km return. Lunch: Please pack a lunch and plenty to drink as there is no where to purchase a snack along this trail.