Deep Cove Paddle Sport Races

Tuesday Night Paddle Races are the perfect after-work activity – outdoor social – water workout …in a low key – no pressure race perfect for beginners and advanced paddlers. If you’ve got your own boat – it’s $3 bucks to enter! If you need a kayak rentals are $25 for a single and $35 for a double. No restrictions – canoe, paddleboard, surf ski , dragonboat- whatever you’ve got….. as long as it floats and requires paddles. Check in at 6pm and get sorted… the race starts at 7pm.   ...

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Breathe – Fresh Mountain Air!

When you put Yyoga on top of Grouse Mountain what do you get? An outdoor adventure tossed salad you must to treat yourself to this summer! If you missed it last year – it’s back….every Saturday morning. Get up and crank yourself with java – and get to the top of the Grind for the FREE 45 minute Yyoga class starting at 10am. There is nothing quite like starting your summer morning with FREE yoga on top of a mountain after charging your bootie 2.9 kms up the 30 degree vertical ascent. No need to bring a mat –Kat and Heather from Yyoga will hook you up and Grouse will spoil you with the rest. Class starts at 10am. Bring your camera and water and if you really must tram it up instead of grinding before the class – you can. But instead, double your fun and double your adventure by grinding your way up first. See you Saturdays on Grouse for a FREE outdoor YYoga class now through August... ...

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2013 Grouse grind

The Grouse Grind® is a 2.9-kilometre trail up the face of Grouse Mountain, commonly referred to as “Mother Nature’s Stairmaster.” This trail is very challenging. Keep in mind that there is a wide range of mountaintop trails that might better suit the average hiker. Trail Facts Length: 2.9 kilometres (1.8 miles) Elevation Gain: 853 metres (2,800 feet) Base: 274 metres above sea level (900 feet) Summit: 1,127 metres (3,700 feet) Total Stairs: 2,830 Statistics: Annually, over 100,000 people hike the trail. Average Time: On average it takes up to an hour and a half to complete the hike. For novice hikers, two hours is recommended. Participants: Hikers range in age from 7 to 90, with an equal male/female split. ...

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