Date Day Description Rating Leader Phone/Email
Oct 6    Sat Deeks Lake.  Deeks Lake Trail is a 11.9 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Furry Creek, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake. First 3.5km is a gravel road, then we get on the trail. The lake is can be very beautiful in the fall, with all the fall colors out. No special equipment is needed for this hike.C4 J.Holmes 604-786-9382 
Oct 7 Sun Brother’s Creek. This hike starts at Millstream Road and loops back via Blue Gentian Lake and Lost Lake. This offers a beautiful hike through a forest of large Western Red Cedars along the mountainside in West Vancouver. Elevation gain 280m, time 5 hours. B2 G & R Laman 604-451-8445
Oct 13 Sat Goat Mountain Trail.  We will take skyride to the top of Grouse Mountain. The hike starts from there.  That would be 4 hours round trip with the length of 8km and 300 meters of elevation gain.  (Note: this hike is subject to change depending on weather or trail conditions) B3 M. Yiu myiuboc@gmail.com 
Oct 14 Sun Buntzen Lake to Sasamat lake. The start from Buntzen Lake is via the beginning of the Diez Vistas trail. Total distance 12 km return and an elevation gain of 250 m. B3 S. Liang su-Jane.liang@telus.com 
Oct 20 Sat Eagle Bluffs via Cypress Bowl. The hike strats at the Cypress ski area parking lot and snowshoe through the forest to Eagle Bluffs. (Note: this hike is subject to change depending on weather or trail conditions) B3 M. Yiu myiuboc@gmail.com 
Oct 21 Sun Killarney Lake and Dorman Point, Bowen Island. Enjoy a short scenic ferry ride to beautiful Bowen Island.  We walk from the Snug Cove terminal to Killarney Lake and back, then head to Dorman Point for great views of Howe Sound. We will take 10am ferry from Horseshoe Bay to Bowen Island. Please confirm with hiking leader for the bus #257 and ferry schedule.  (Note: this hike is subject to change or cancelled depending on weather or trail conditions) B2 S. Liang su-Jane.liang@telus.com 
Oct 27 Sat Petgill Lake.  Petgill Lake is a small, scenic lake, with some good views of Howe Sound from the lookout just past the lake. A portion of the hike follows an old logging road, otherwise the hike is a steady grade trail with a beautiful forest all around. No special equipment is needed for this hike. C4 J.Holmes604-786-9382 
Oct 28 Sun Minnekhada Regional Park - about 8 km round trip, 180 m elevation gain. Always an enjoyable loop around the park, including the excellent view from the knoll at the centre of the park. B2 G & R Laman 604-451-8445