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ClubTread Forums - Recent Posts

> So, what's the water filter of choice these days?
> Sky Pilot: Musing on Pink Slab
> Hope Mtn
> Summer at it's best - Portia Peak : )
> Red Deer Lakes Campground
> Hiking /scrambling boot sole flexibility ?
> Downton Area
> South Coast road/gate closures
> Hesquiat Peninsula - Lost Hiking Jacket
> 25 cars broken into at Rubble Creek.
> the Mint admits error re: peaks on the $10
> Walbran Trail past Botley Lake
> Tricouni and Cypress 2014.07.26-27
> Canoeing Juan de Fuca Provincial Park Info Needed
> Ben Lui goes swimming
> Brew Lake trail access
> Blanca
> Maligne Pass and Replica Peak
> Golden ears panorama ridge
> hiking recommendations for south eastern B.C.

More Recent Posts...


Toadstools to Truffles
By Rick (Chilliwack Jack)

I found this neat Mushroom out by Lindeman lake... can I eat it? I have 50 books on Mushrooms, and each one is different. Even I bring the unusual ones home to check up on, before trying them. Besides that's half the fun - to find them and bring them home and try to ID them.

Interview with Gordon White
By Jim Hamlin

I was a park ranger based out of the Lytton area for a summer back in 1984. It was like discovering an addictive sweet with the ability to discover one little area after another. I would go to my guidebook and visit new areas I hadn’t been to.

Between the Rock and a Boggy Place
By Taryn Eyton

We had been told the third day would be our hardest navigation day and waking up we were devastated to find that we had the worst weather for it. Two ridges needed to be ascended and descended and we also had to navigate through an interconnected system of ponds.

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