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About Vancouver

March 1st, 2018

Posted by Matthew Inouye

Situated in the southernmost area of Western Canada, Vancouver and it's neighbouring communities largely known as Greater Vancouver or the Lower Mainland are bordered by Washington State to the south and the Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island to the west.

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7 Reasons to Hike

August 4th, 2017

Posted by Matthew Inouye

Okay.. so maybe this article isn't for everyone. But the possibility is there that either you or someone you know spends a little too much time on the couch. So if you are that person or know that person, this article is for you.

More than a couple times, it's crossed your mind to drop the remote and go DO something but for one reason or another -- it hasn't happened. You  may blame time, money, obligations, love, living life.. whatever the excuse is, the fact is that you have an excuse. Granted, there are times when being active just does not fit into your day. 

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Top 5 North Shore Spring Hikes

April 3rd, 2017

Posted by Matthew Inouye

The sun is shining and it's warming up outside around Vancouver. Time to fit in some great local hiking trails. Considering the many fantastic options from epic mountain hikes to relaxing trails by the ocean we had a hard time rounding it down -- nevertheless here is our Top 5 trails to hike on the North Shore this Spring.. (in no specific order) 

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Hiking After Injury

January 12th, 2013

Posted by Matthew Inouye

Returning to physical activity after a sports injury can be intimidating and challenging. Drawing from my own experience over the last few months, I have had the unfortunate luck of experiencing both a Stage 2 calf tear and a Type 3 shoulder separation. Fortunately, they did not happen at the same time and so I wasn't completely out of commission. Unfortunately, they happened back to back and while cycling on flat road only 25 km apart according to my odometer -- nothing dramatic or noteworthy as it happens but that meant some serious time away from normal activity. Getting back on the horse, especially when it comes to organized sports is daunting -- both because of having a literal handicap and being out of the game for so long. 

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