Date Day Description Rating Contact Phone
24-Oct Sat Goat Mountain via BCMC

Let’s climb Goat Mountain before the snow arrives. A solid hike via BCMC trail up Grouse, then past Dam Mountain to our destination Goat Mountain.
C4 J. Holmes 604-786-9382
25-Oct Sun Golden Ears Park. Starting at the Lower Falls Trail and after having a close look at the Lower Falls continue on the East Canyon Trail. Crossing the bridge at the Gold Creek and return to the parking lot via the West Canyon Trail. Total distance 12 km with an elevation gain of about 350 m B3 S. Liang
31-Oct Sat Eagle Bluffs via Cypress Bowl. The hike starts at the Cypress ski area parking lot and snowshoe through the forest to Eagle Bluffs. (Note: this hike is subject to change/cancel depending on weather or trail conditions) B3 M. Yiu
1-Nov Sun Fisherman’s Trail.  Let’s hike the Fisherman’s trail beside Seymour River and take in the sights and smells on a Spring day. It will be an easy paced 4 hour hike up to 10km return with minimal elevation gain. Trail head is at Trail head is at Hyannis Drive, N Van. B2 S. Liang
7-Nov Sat Mount Seymour.  2nd peak. Excellent views on a sunny day. About 450 meters elevation gain and about 5 hours round trip, including lunch stop. (Note: this hike is subject to change depending on weather or trail conditions)

B3 M. Yiu
8-Nov Sun Hayward Lake Reservoir, (located near Mission), Reservoir Trail. This trail on the east side of the lake will be hiked for approximately 5 hours return trip.  The Reservoir Trail is in the forest with gentle ups and downs. The Ruskin Dam at the south end of the reservoir is closed for the upgrade project and the hiking loop is no longer an option. B2 G & R Laman 604-451-8445
14-Nov Sat Stawamus Chief 3-2-1  in Squamish.  360 degree view on all three peak.  Get your camera ready for this hike. (Note: this hike is subject to change depending on weather or trail conditions)
B3 M. Yiu
15-Nov Sun Black Mountain
Starting from Cypress Bowl, experience great views and many small lakes..
Depending on weather/snow conditions, the alternate destination will be Killarney Lake, Bowen Island (B2).
B3 J. McCavour 604-438-6854
21-Nov Sat St Marks Summit from Cypress. Snowshoe 11km, 460m elevation gain, about 5 hours, maybe longer depending on snow conditions.  Travelling along Howe Sound Crest trail, reach the summit and great views. C3 J. Holmes 604-464-0229
22-Nov Sun Brohm Lake
This hike is just north of Squamish, parking for the trail-head is accessed from the main highway. About 4-5 hours with cumulative elevation gain of about 500m and total distance of 12km. The trail is a loop which passes a scenic lake and several excellent view points of the Cheakamus River Valley and the Tantalus mountain range.
C3 D.  Cater 604-341-2846
28-Nov Sat Mt Fromme.  This is a 13 km hike with about 855 m elevation change.  Based on our experience last  year, an exceptionally large variety of wild mushrooms should be out for the photographers! C4 N. Sesto 604-430-1095
29-Nov Sun High Falls Creek
On a nice day this hike presents expansive views over Squamish River valley and Tantalus Mountain range beyond. The falls should have plenty of water going over them by end of November. There are a few rock scramble parts on the way up, but chains and ropes provide extra hand holds. About 640 m elevation gain, 12 km round trip, about 6 hours. Parking for the trail-head is accessed along a well-traveled logging road.
C4 D.  Cater 604-341-2846