Divers Lake is one of the destinations for a six-hour hike on Sunday offered by the Strathcona Wilderness Institute.

Day hikes get you out to explore beautiful Strathcona Park

Walks or hikes to appeal to whatever level of experience and conditiong offered this weekend

This BC Day long weekend, come enjoy beautiful Strathcona Park on a nature walk or hike with the Strathcona Wilderness Institute.

On Saturday, Aug. 30, meet at the Strathcona Wilderness Centre near Raven Lodge at 11 a.m. for a Paradise Meadows boardwalk tour guided by experienced naturalist Alison Maignon and learn about the plant species found in the Meadows.

On Sunday, Aug. 31, meet at 9:30 a.m. for a six-hour hike to Rossiter and Divers lakes guided by Kathryn Landry.

This hike to these less visited lakes is for experienced hikers, bring a lunch and appropriate clothing. Unfortunately, no dogs are permitted on the walks.

Suggested donation for attendance is $5-10, contactstrathconawilderness@gmail.com to register or find more information on their website strathconapark.org.

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