There are lots of different places that I enjoy visiting when it is nice to just sit and chill out. Grouse Mountain in Vancouver, British Columbia is one of those places that I continually enjoy visiting. There are hikes that are a little more adventurous than others, but none of them can match the beauty that this mountain spot has to offer.
Lately Grouse Mountain has been under construction and the entrance fee is now an experience that you can avoid. I imagine that Tourism Canada thought that they hit the jackpot when they constructed the Grouse trail. Apparently they did, for they got the highest traffic increase in all of Canada during the last renovation project. But what they failed to notice is that most of the people were day hikers.
I am not even talking about the normal hiking trails. I am talking about the extreme trails. People go on long distance trails that are 100 miles or more. These trails do not have a name, but I am sure that you can find when you do a search. I have heard many of my friends talk about how they have made it to the top of Grouse Mountain and how they wish that they had followed me to the top. Well the search for the top will have to wait for another day. I can assure you that the top of Grouse Mountain is worth the long winded drive.
Grouse Mountain is a unique place. I have heard that there are many leaks in the ventilation system but, lucky for me, I was able to find a small leak that went down a ways. The area that you are standing in is the part of the mountain that faces south. You can’t see much above you. At various points you get into rock slides, although most of these are covered in trees. There are some that are not, however. You are probably wondering why is it that there aren’t any drivable roads to Grouse Mountain. The reason is that there is a blow hole in the mountain that has to be regularly maintained.
As you walk along the trail you will notice huge pines that are home to western diamondback bats. If you watch the bats they seem to know when they are going to fly off and land in the pines. They almost appear to “see” the moment that they are about to. Probably, they are using their “sixth sense” สาวไซด์ไลน์ and getting a picture of all the bats around them.
At the south end of the trail you will often see moose. The trail is wide enough to allow moose to pass you, but they don’t like to do so. Often you will see deer standing by the road. Most of the time you will also see mountain goats traveling on the large ups and downs of the trail. You will also see several roadrunners, although they are not fond of humans.
You will end up walking about eight miles on this trail and depending on the time of the year you may be able to see as much as 20 feet of water, depending on where you are located. MarvelUniverse If you are located in a valley with lots of trees the tree canopy will cut down on the available light. You should be able to see the water before you as it begins to pour.
Towards the end of this trail there is a junction. To the right you go up and to the left you go down. Av ไม่เซ็นเซอร์ If you are looking to go home or to a different trail head the trail to your right will take you home. If you are looking for a longer day hike then you can take the other trail and turn left where the red rocks meet the trail.
The rocks are not too wide and the drop-off is not too steep. You will run into the shelter and dump station area (noted by a blue sign) about 1.2 miles into this hike. In about 100 feet you will see a small cairn on your left. N3350.imeter is the prominent peak that marks the end of the trail.
If you have been wondering why there is a sudden abundance of yellow with a thin crust like substance covering most of the river bottom where the water is the easiest to pump out. Well, N3350.meter is the highest point in this area and it also marks the boundary between the Pacific and the Britton. สาวสวยหีใหญ่ And if you look closely you will find that the boundary line is where the road from Port Renfrew and the forestry road from Golden, make a line up. The road from Port Refrew to Grouse is a right hand road.
The elevation at this boundary is 911 feet. หนังทำรายได้ The Britton Mountain has coordinates of 58bage. Massif Highways official height map is at 10,803 feet.
To sum up, the trail system in the Pelican Islands offers challenges to novice as well as to expert hikers.