July 05, 2009 | Tips from Travellers >
West Vancouver, Hiking
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Recently, I hiked one of the Juniper Point trails at Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver. For the time and travel invested it was an awesome payout. The trail is pretty easy going for the first three quarters then it's down some steps and step-like rocks to a landing on a big boulder with an awesome view West in the Georgia Strait. The great part is how close you are to the city and downtown but because of where you are situated, you can't see any civilization besides the odd boat. It's like your own lil' paradise. It's clearly a popular spot with the locals as I see many families and people walking there dogs along the trail.