CORE: A Hiking Club… and More

Hiking – Scrambling – Urban Walks – Cycling – Skiing – Snowshoeing – Camping – Social Events

Welcome to CORE. Organized in 1999, we are a smaller club of active members of varying ages. Our primary activities are hiking and snowshoeing, though we also have active participation in scrambling, urban walks, cycling, skiing, camping, and social events.


Monthly Meeting

Presentation: Hiking and Canoeing in Tweedsmuir Park

Tues. Feb 23, 2016 7:00 pm

Scarboro Community Centre – 1727 14 Ave SW

Tweedsmuir Park is located in the Coast Mountains of central BC. At 981,000 hectares, it is the largest park in BC. There are views of many glaciers in the park as well as pristine wilderness. Tweedsmuir Park is home to Hunlen Falls, the third highest free falling waterfall in Canada. With the exception of Highway 20, which goes through the park on the way to Bella Coola, there are very few roads in the park. It is mostly wilderness and we were told that one of the campsites we stayed at only see about 70 visitors per year.2014-18 Turner Lakes Trip 112


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