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Updated: Jan 17, 2023

Our Trail Blazers at work.

For the hikers in our midst, you may recognize this first stretch near the base of Upper Harrison trail, just above where it winds up the mountain away from Soundview Trail.

From time immemorial, after the mountain has been subject to a torrential rain, the overflow has always routed itself right down the path, making footing even more treacherous than usual.

But lately, as evidenced by the photo at left, the water has been encouraged to take a safer, swifter route to the bottom, beside the walking path, rather than across it.

This is the sort of quiet, practical work our wonderful Lions Bay Trail Blazers do. Spear-headed by long-time village residents John and Rose Dudley, this particular project also featured the sweat labour of Tom and Rebecca Caspersen, Pat and Richard Grass, Rob Peebles and Samantha Wood.

Here's a shot of a few of these noble souls, taken on a different day.

The quiet, behind-the-scenes efforts of these villagers help make the trails safer for all. Thank you for your hard work, Lions Bay Trail Blazers!

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Jan 27, 2023

Well done and thank you. Lions Bay is such a beautiful part of of BC and you help keep it that way.

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