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Цапля большая голубая
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Где погулять пока не начался лыжный сезон

Список составлен не в порядке моих предпочтений, а в попытке сгруппировать все в географическом порядке. Пожалуй начну с востока.

Hope
1. Othello tunnels
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/coquih_can.html
In the early 1900s, the Canadian Pacific Railway decided a route was necessary to link the Kootenay Region with the BC coast by rail. The railway was built over three mountain ranges. In the Coquihalla Gorge - the river cut a 300 foot deep channel of solid granite. A straight line of tunnels were built through it which are known now as the Othello Tunnels. There are spectacular viewing opportunities available on the trail, through the tunnels and on the bridges

Что-то я слишком далеко на восток забралась. Надо поближе.
Maple Ridge - Mission
2. Hayward lake
http://www.bchydro.com/recreation/mainland/mainland1209.html
The Hayward Lake Reservoir Recreation Area offers a hiking trail to suit you. The 10-km Reservoir Trail connects with the 6-km Railway Trail to provide a scenic 16-km walk around Hayward Lake Reservoir. The Railway Trail, on the west side of the reservoir, was built to accommodate both hiking and biking. The Reservoir Trail on the east side is restricted to hiking only.

Also there is an opportunity to visit Power house at Stave falls

3. Golden Ears prov. park
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/golden.html
- Lower Falls Trail: Gold Creek parking lot to Lower Falls. Hiking trail only (2.7 kilometres; suggested time: 1 hour; elevation change: minimal). A very popular, easy walk along Gold Creek to the 10-metre high Lower Falls. A beach area halfway to the falls is a good spot for a picnic or a sunbathe. Some of the best scenery in the park is visible just beyond.
- for more trail info go to park's website
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/golden/hiking_trails.html

4. Jerry Sulina park
Dykes system along Alouette river. Birdswatching opportunities.
Location: 132 ave, at the sharp right turn (after intersection with Neaves rd.), Maple Ridge

5. Grant Narrows park
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/GrantNarrows.htm
Nice walking trail along Pitt lake and around lagoon (distance is about 4 or 6 km)
Birdswatching opportunities.

White rock
6. Blackie Spit park and Crescent beach
http://www.greatervancouverparks.com/BlackieSpit01.html
http://www.findfamilyfun.com/crescentbeach.htm
Walking and birdswatching, well, or swimming if you like.

Ladner (Westham island)
7. Reifel birds sanctuary
http://www.reifelbirdsanctuary.com/
One of Canada's top bird-watching sites in the heart of the Fraser River estuary

Port Coquitlam
8. Minnekhada regional park
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/Minnekhada.htm
Hiking demo-version. Loop trail around marsh-like lake, nice view of the Pitt river valley from the top of the Knoll. Note: bears are common in this park.

9. Colony farm regional park
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/ColonyFarm.htm
Dykes along Coquitlam river. Wildlife viewing (beavers, otters, etc.) and birds watching opportunities.

10. PoCo Trail
http://www.city.port-coquitlam.bc.ca/Citizen_Services/Parks_and__Recreation/Facilities___Amenities/Traboulay_PoCo_Trail.htm

Port Moody
11. Buntzen lake
http://www.bchydro.com/recreation/mainland/mainland1208.html
Buntzen lake loop trail - easy 8km trail around the lake.

12. Belcarra regional park
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/Belcarra.htm
walking, hiking.

Burnaby
13. Burnaby lake
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/BurnabyLake.htm
Birdswatching and wildlife viewing (beavers) at Piper Spit.
10 km easy forest trail around the lake.

Vancouver
14. Stanley park
http://www.city.vancouver.bc.ca/parks/parks/stanley/

15. Pacific Spirit park
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/PacificSpirit.htm

16. Queen Elizabeth park and Bloedel conservatory
http://www.city.vancouver.bc.ca/parks/parks/queenelizabeth/index.htm
http://www.city.vancouver.bc.ca/parks/parks/bloedel/index.htm
Floral Conservatory, the spectacular triodetic dome capping Queen Elizabeth Park, is filled with dazzling displays of exotic plants, tropical flowers, colorful 'Koi' fish, and eye-catching birds. Come in and say "hello" to Charlie, our charismatic Cockatoo, while you enjoy the captivating beauty of palms, bromeliads, and the many other exotic plants from around the world that make their home here!

North Vancouver
17. Mt.Seymour provincial park
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/mtseymou.html
The park offers viewpoints overlooking the city of Vancouver and east over Indian Arm Provincial Park. There are opportunities for bird and wildlife viewing and four areas for day-use picnicking are available
The list of hiking trails:
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/mt_seymr/hiking.html#hiking

18. Lower Seymour conservation reserve
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/water/recreational.htm
Some easy hiking trails and paved 10 km road good for biking, walking and in-line skating. At the end of this road there is a 1,5-2 km forest trail to Seymour river hatchery.
http://www.seymoursalmon.com/

19. Lynn Headwaters park
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/LynnHeadwaters.asp
Cedar mills trail - Easy 4km one-way hiking trail along Lynn creek
Norvan falls trail - easy, 7km one-way

20. Lynn canyon park
http://www.lynncanyonparkguide.bc.ca/
Short easy trails along canyon, waterfalls, suspension bridge.

21. Grouse mountain
http://www.grousemountain.com/recreation.cfm
Hiking, walking, ice skating, wildlife viewing etc.
Gondola cost is about 35 for adult, but it is possible to walk up Grouse Grind trail free of charge :-)

22. Capilano river regional park
http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/parks/CapilanoRiver.htm
Easy hiking-walking trails along Capilano river, Cleveland Dam, Capilano fish hatchery

West Vancouver
23. Lighthouse park
http://westvancouver.net/article.asp?a=2011&c=766

24. Cypress prov. park
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/cypress.html
A lot of hiking trails of various difficulty:
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/cypress/hikeski.html#hiking

25. Whytecliff park
http://westvancouver.net/article.asp?a=2012&c=766

26. Cypress falls park
http://westvancouver.net/article.asp?a=2758&c=766
This 32.4-hectare park features spectacular waterfalls in a rainforest setting. Trails start from the East End of the playfield, with an easy 5-minute hike to the lower falls. To do the full circuit of the trails would take approximately 1 hour. The trails take you through breathtaking scenery and through a valley of 250 – 300 year old forest giants.

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