Hiking British Columbia in minus 4C with Laurie McLean

Hiking British Columbia in minus 4C, photo by Laurie McLean, The DIY blog Handy Gal Tools & Projects

We couldn’t resist an opportunity to share these stunning images by photographer Laurie McLean, who is from the DIY blog Handy Gal Tools & Projects. Laurie’s company teaches and inspires confidence with your DIY gigs! She is also the Handywoman for Seniors, a self-professed Cloud geek, a freedom seeker, and a roadtrip junkie.

Hiking British Columbia in minus 4C, photo by Laurie McLean, The DIY blog Handy Gal Tools & Projects

Laurie is very creative and in her outdoor recreation time she can often be found taking photographs of her surroundings. While out last Saturday morning for a hike in the fresh snow, the first snowfall of the season at the lower elevations, Laurie caught these stunning photographs while she was hiking with Fresh Air Life, a hiking group founded and lead by Jennifer Hewlett.

Hiking British Columbia in minus 4C, photo by Laurie McLean, The DIY blog Handy Gal Tools & Projects

Pictured here, this very special suspension bridge spans the gorgeous Lynn Canyon Park. A hike here at any time of the year will result in spectacular scenery worthy of any photographer’s lens.

If you are in the North Vancouver and Lynn Valley area, be sure to find some time to make a stop at this unique park setting.

To find Lynn Canyon Park, take either the Mountain Highway or Lynn Valley Road exits off the Upper Levels Hwy (Hwy 1) in North Vancouver, close to the Second Narrows Bridge.

For more information about Lynn Canyon Park click here.

And be sure to catch-up with British Columbia resident and business owner Laurie McLean online at http://handygaltools.com.

For more information about Fresh Air Life visit www.freshairlife.ca.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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