Lynn Canyon

Lynn Canyon sign

Last weekend the sun was shining in Vancouver and we went on a little trip to a beautiful nature park called Lynn Canyon, located in North Vancouver. The park was amazing with a lot of hiking trails, waterfalls and the famous Lynn Canyon suspension Bridge.

 

LynnCanyonBridgeAfter walking over the bridge we went exploring the park by hiking and searched for some black bears in the forest.  Unfortunately we didn’t saw any bears, but hopefully next time 🙂 On our way through the park, we saw people jumping in the water from cliffs and Holy Jesus, the rescue theme was in action.  After a relaxing hike it was time for coffee and snack at the delicious Lynn Canyons Coffee shop.  It was a hot day so we ended up bathing in the cool water. What a perfect day in a beautiful Canadian nature.

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Thank you guys for joining us on this amazing day trip.

Cheers 🙂

Review River Rafting Big Wolf Tour

oh boy, oh boy was this trip AMAZING! Sunday at 1 pm we took off in Lee’s van called Big Mama Wolf. We drove on Canada’s longest highway and listened to a lot of awesome 13679924_10154359985097103_2090505423507798491_osongs. After a quick stop at a supermarket we arrived at the Chilliwack River Rafting campsite. Despite the burning sun, we got our tents up almost without a sweat. Then it was time to enjoy the nice weather, some decided to take a swim and others were enjoying a cool drink at the beautiful river. Later on we played games such as beer pong and beach volley ball. For dinner our tour guide, Lee made us some delicious BBQ burgers and after our stomachs got full we partied until very late. One of the owners of the campsite played songs on his guitar and we all danced and sang along to his tunes. Around the bonfire, we made new friends from Ireland and Australia and had an amazing time.

Early next day, it was time fo13923448_1575821546059885_5682653342341186320_or breakfast. On the menu were sausages, American pancakes and eggs. After breakfast we got on the bus and drove up to the river where our boats were waiting. We split up into groups of 6 people and in the boat our river rafting guides gave us a safety lesson before sailing out on the river. Sailing over the rapids was a true challenge but was still exciting and so much fun.  Our paddling skills were definitely put to the test! Half way trough we sailed to the bottom of a 5 meters tall cliff climbed up and jumped back into the river.
After a w13913862_1575819816060058_775053504067996531_ohile we got back into our boats and sailed towards the next rapids. The final rapid was called The Rollercoaster and was the wildest one of them all! The water splashed into our faces and all over the boat but everyone survived.  After the river rafting we headed back to the campsite for lunch and packed our tents and bags.

The PR team wants to thank everyone on the trip for a fantastic experience and the best time together. We also want thank Lee Henderson from Big Wolf Tours for putting this awesome trip together. If you want to check out Big Wolf Tours follow this link: http://www.bigwolftours.com/

Smart saver

It’s Sunday and guess what… it’s time for Smart Saver.

Want to get eat out for lunch but haven’t really got the money. Don’t worry. There are a lot of places where it’s actually possible to get a decent meal without having to pay more than 5$! So now you’re probably thinking “yeah, right, for sure the variety of food has to be limited if it’s only 5$.” Well, actually this is not the case, especially not if you make a little effort to look for happy hours around Vancouver. Australian, Japanese, Chinese and Mexican food… burgers, sushi, tacos, burritos, pies. You name it. It’s all there for no more than 5$. Click here to check out all of the good places.

If you want a bit of thrilling entertainment, just go to watch cliff jumping at Lynn Valley. This is completely free of charge, yep that’s right 0$! During the summer months Lynn Valley has become a popular place for daredevils to jump off the cliffs into the cold water. There are several other locations where you can watch these daredevils, for instance Lions Bay or “Granny’s Cove” in Capilano Canyon. Since the weather is still great there should be a good chance to spot cliff jumping. Click here for a complete guide to the different places where you can be lucky to spot cliff jumping.

What are you waiting for? Get out there, enjoy life, and save some money!

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