Lynn Canyon Park Hike

It's time for one last hike with Mpowerment before summer ends!!
 
We will be hiking the Baden Powell Trail which is a beginner level trail suitable for folks with little or no hiking experience. The pretty views are for everyone, regardless of level to enjoy!
 
We’ll meetup at our lounge Downtown (568 Seymour Street) between 11:00AM – 11:30AM and carpool together in two vehicles with limited spots available. Lunch is FREE, and will be packed for us to bring on the hike.
 
★★Things to bring ★★
 
★ Water bottle
★ Snacks
★ Comfortable shoes & clothing for hiking
★ (Optional) Camera for all those photo-ops!!
★ A bag to carry any items, and packed lunch that's on us! :)
 
As spots to carpool are FULL, please email joellej@youthco.org to be wait-listed!
 
If you have any questions leading up to the hike, please email Joelle @ joellej@youthco.org
 
To get in touch with me on the day of the hike, please call or text 604-838-2556
WHEN
September 07, 2019 at 11am - 2pm
WHERE
Mpowerment Lounge
568 Seymour St
205
Vancouver, BC V6B 3J5
Canada
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Joelle · · 604-838-2556

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