Take a hike this April

The Juan de Fuca Commmunity Trails Socieity organizes hikes throughout the year

Juan de Fuca Community Trails Society April hike. Hike along the bluffs of Mt. Bluff. Meet at the Scout Camp Bernard at the end of Young Lake Road at 9 a.m. for a steep 260-m climb on a clear trail to the height of the bluff. The hard work is over, the rest is a spectacular view and a gentler way down for an eight kilometer hike. Bring a camera. If the weather is good, you will want to linger. Dress for the weather and bring a lunch. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Rosemary Jorna at 250-642-2767 or email: sid3767@shaw.ca. Website: www.jdfcommunitytrails.ca

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