Vancouver Lake Area Hike

Hike Distance: 7.4 miles      Yearly Hike Distance: 1833.8 miles

Elevation Gain: 356 feet      Yearly Elevation Gain: 235831 feet

I’m beginning to think that I’ll never catch up with my trip reports.  You see, I’m hiking on the order of about 250 hikes per year.  That’s way too many hikes to get in any detail.  I think I’ll be providing more of a highlights vs semi-detailed trip report, in the future, just to make updating the blog more manageable.  I’ll try to make special hikes (PCT Trail Angel Hikes, Vacation Hikes or any other special hike) more detailed since they are probably of more interest to everyone, and easier for me to get excited about writing a long report! 🙂   Thanks for your understanding and as always, please contact me if you have any suggestions.

This hike was a stroll around the Vancouver Lake area.  It was such a clear day that the views were outstanding, and four volcanoes could be seen that day!  It was cold enough that ice was covering the more shallow water surfaces, and this made for some interesting photos.  Some of the volcano photos look dirty because the mountains didn’t stand out well in the bright light.

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