A moderate hike with several view points, the Ripple Rock Trail takes you to the site of the largest non-nuclear explosion in the world. Search the internet for ‘ripple rock’ to read how this amazing project came to be.
A rare 12 acres with a new home on Salt Spring Island. The last image shows the neighbour’s farm and the cliffs above Cranberry Road in the distance.
Water cascades down Karst Falls then rushes beside this trail all the way down to the trailhead on Westmin Road. Great sounds and a cooling spray add to the experience.
Sometimes you can’t resist taking a tourist picture when you are a tourist.
Above: a photo of Buttle Lake, a beach, and mountains taken from the road.
Below: a companion photo taken from the beach toward the lake, the road and mountains.
Early May in Strathcona Provincial Park: Lupin Falls is probably the best little trail we’ve stumbled upon. It’s a short, but magical trip though old growth forest. Highly recommended.