Today’s the day!!

Today is the day we depart on our Patagonia Chile adventure. Planning for this trip has been so time consuming that it impacted the opportunities to keep our website up-to-date and promote and thank the companies, organizations, and individuals who have supported our small project with ambitious, but doable, goals. We couldn’t be here without you all. We hope to do justice to your efforts with much better post-trip thanks and appreciation. Until then a huge thanks to you all. You know who you...

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Trevor and Ray on Breakfast Television

Trevor and Ray on Breakfast Television

Trevor once again had an appearance on Breakfast Television to promote Streetfront Alternative and our Street2Peak Project. Streetfront alumni Raymond King joined Trevor to tell how much of his successes had started here at Streetfront. Speaking on television takes courage and Raymond did an outstanding job representing both himself and Streetfront. Well done Raymond! See for yourself…...

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Patagonia Chile 2017: Winter Training Hike – Burnaby Lake

Patagonia Chile 2017: Winter Training Hike – Burnaby Lake

With the recent heavy rains and warmer temperatures we were hoping for a training hike without icy trails but it wasn’t the case. Oh well, we are Street2Peaker’s so we take what we are given and get on with it. These 14 youth did a incredible job of backpacking two loops of Burnaby Lake (21 km’s today) with trail conditions that can be tough to walk on.       Chile 2017 Training Hike - Burnaby...

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Patagonia Chile 2017: Training Hike – Cheakamus Lake

Patagonia Chile 2017: Training Hike – Cheakamus Lake

Today was the last of our summer training hikes for the Chile 2017 adventure. We concluded with a hike on the Cheakamus Lake trail to Singing Creek. This beautiful turquoise lake lies below Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Well done team and thanks to Gord and Crystal for their assistance.      ...

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Patagonia Chile 2017: Training Hike – Capilano Pacific

Patagonia Chile 2017: Training Hike – Capilano Pacific

With packs loaded with more weight we tackled the 15 round-trip trail that covered Ambleside Park to the south and the Cleveland Dam at the Capilano Lake (one of our drinking water sources) to the north. Thankfully the weather gave us a break with mostly cloudy conditions to make it much nicer to hike in. Thanks to our volunteers Crystal, Hai and Jesse and S2P “staff” Gord and Brandon. Thanks to the Chile “kids” for another awesome time on the trail!    ...

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