A really cool project combing recreational paddlers and the city of Calgary has brought a functional and safe boating opportunity for those in Calgary. The Harvie Passage weir was created to fix a dangerous weir that has claimed the lives a few. Click on the link here to see video of the project. The project website can be found here.
Radical Reels tour presented by National Geographic and Wild Isle is coming to the Tidemark theatre March 20th, 2011. Tickets are $20 with the doors opening at 6:30. YouTube – 2011 Radical Reels (Canada/USA) Tour Trailer HD http://ow.ly/4eXaQ
Bob Purdy likes to call himself an “elder in training.” He is from Kelowna, BC and is going to stand up paddle everyday this year to raise awareness for the environment. All donations go to the David Suzuki Foundation. You can find his website by clicking http://ow.ly/3ZU73 and his Facebook page at http://ow.ly/3ZU86.
Tuesday February 15th, 2011 will go down as a an epic day of snowboarding! Thank you Ular, the snow goddess, for all the powder on Mount Washington! Hope everyone gets a chance to head out into the mountains as it is still snowing!!!!
Thank you for your interest in staying with us at Strathcona Park Lodge and Outdoor Education Centre - we look forward to welcoming you!
If you would like immediate assistance or for travel within the next seven days, please contact us by phone at 1-250-286-3122 or complete our Reservation form.
The Lodge, as it’s affectionately known, is forty minutes by car south west of Campbell River, close to the geographic centre of Vancouver Island. It sits just outside of Strathcona Provincial Park on Upper Campbell Lake and is ideally situated for exploring this exciting and little known area of Vancouver Island.