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top of the mountain

Put your name in one the registry books on top of the mountains of Strathcona Provincial Park. It can be challenging, but it is worth it. This photo is courtesy of Amanda Goodhue.

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…”  John Muir

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The staff at Play!  We really love what we do and when we aren't sharing the outdoors with you we are going on our own adventures.  This photo was taken by Dan Kilburn while on a white water kayaking trip down the lower Gold River.

The staff at Play! We really love what we do and when we aren’t sharing the outdoors with you we are going on our own adventures. This photo was taken by Dan Kilburn while on a white water kayaking trip down the lower Gold River.

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Relaxing at Landslide lake after hiking up the Elk River Trail.

Relaxing at Landslide lake after hiking up the Elk River Trail.

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Making bog farts on the bog walk.

Making bog farts on the bog walk.

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group initiatives

Initiative games are fun, cooperative, challenging
games in which the group is confronted with a specific problem to solve. We love to do initiative games here at SPL and invite you to come challenge yourself and your friends.

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Exploring the alpine on a WYLD trip is a great experience and even greater accomplishment to summit a mountain.

Exploring the alpine on a WYLD trip is a great experience and even greater accomplishment to summit a mountain.

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This view never gets old.

This view never gets old.

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#gowyld and #explorebc in a #canoe

#gowyld and #explorebc in a #canoe

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The kayak slide is so much fun, especially when you do it backwards.

The kayak slide is so much fun, especially when you do it backwards.

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Karst Creek waterfall is a disappearing waterfall located in Strathcona Provincial Park.

Karst Creek waterfall is a disappearing waterfall located in Strathcona Provincial Park.