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EntErtainmEnt Take a Hike, Kids One of many teapots in Cultus Lake Provincial Park Grab a map and pack plenty of snacks before hitting trails that are sure to be fun for the whole family By sTepHen Hui 2 Blackcomb Lake Get thee to blackcomb Lake to discover 7th heaven. Cross bouldery meadows and ascend Whistler blackcomb’s Lakeside Loop to the foot of blackcomb Peak. enjoy the sight and sound of hoary marmots in colour- ful subalpine meadows. 3 Teapot Hill Delight in the ceramic scenery on teapot hill. Pay a visit to the old-growth Seven Sisters en route to viewpoints in Cultus Lake Provincial Park. Spying the porcelain hidden in nooks and crannies along the trail is cupfuls of fun for all. 70 where.ca June 2018 4 norvan Falls Spot deer mushrooms and log- ging relics on the path to norvan Falls. Start at the historic b.C. Mills house, then head deep into the forest of Lynn headwaters Regional Park. turn around at the suspension bridge near the horsetail waterfall. 5 Gold Creek explore both sides of Gold Creek. Follow the east Canyon trail to aptly named Viewpoint beach in Golden ears Provincial Park. Gaze up at edge Peak and Golden ears, before crossing over to the West Canyon trail for the return trip. Find more trails in Stephen Hui’s 105 Hikes In and Around Southwestern British Columbia, a new guide from Greystone Books. www.105hikes.com 1 Dog Mountain Feast on sensational city views from Dog Mountain. Walk in the woods surrounding charming First Lake in Mount Seymour Provincial Park. be prepared to defend your lunch from hungry ravens and whiskey jacks.