Summer visitors to Vancouver often visit Kanaka Creek, conveniently located just one hour from the city. This tributary to the Fraser River offers family-friendly hiking trails, picnic sites and pretty waterfalls. Dogs are allowed in the area but must be kept on-leash at all times.
A plethora of wild birds occupy the vegetation surrounding Kanaka Creek, making it a superb place for bird watchers. Another interesting spot is the Bell-Irving Hatchery and the fish fence, where different types of salmon are bred all year round; the hatchery is open weekend afternoons, entrance is free and educational material is available.
The term "Sardine Can" is actually an apt way to describe this small but bustling space. The design... Read more