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FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2010

Weekend Adventurer: Night Quest at Pacific Spirit Regional Park in Vancouver, BC

Vancouver's parks and open spaces come to life during the night with many animals, bugs and birds wake up as we go to sleep. Metro Vancouver invites you to participate in Night Quest, a two kilometre lantern-lit trail where discovery stations can be explored and quiet visitors might be lucky enough to spot Owls and other nocturnal creatures. Hikers can also enjoy bonfires and entertainment at the end of their walk through the forests of Pacific Spirit Regional Park.

Night Quest is held at the Pacific Spirit Regional Park near the UBC Campus in Point Grey, Vancouver.Nighttime brings out some of the Lower Mainland's most interesting residents - bugs, animals and birds can be heard in the park lands and this weekend celebrate the magic of nature under the moonlight at Night Quest!

The two kilometre trail is lined with lanterns where visitors can check out discovery stations, watch for nocturnal animals such as Owls and listen to the night sounds. At the end of the trail, bonfires and entertainment can be enjoyed and the Girl Guides of Canada will be operating a concession stand.

  • Date: March 27th, 2010
  • Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm (The trail takes approximately an hour with entertainment, a bonfire and snacks at the end)
  • Admission: FREE
  • How to get there: The trail begins at Pacific Spirit Regional Park (4915 West 16th Avenue - 400m west of Blanca Street). By Car: Parking is located along the roadway. By Bus: #25 and #33 stop at the entrance to the Park.
  • What to Bring: Flashlight and weather appropriate clothing. Snacks and drinks can be purchased from the concession stand.

Night Quest at Pacific Spirit Regional Park may give hikers the opportunity to spot nocturnal animals and birds such as Owls.

Come and explore Pacific Spirit Regional Park and its night-loving residents at Night Quest!






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