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A Stroll Through Vancouver’s Geological History

A Stroll Through Vancouver’s Geological History

Trip Report by Leader David Cook On Sunday, 11 August, 2019,  seventeen persons participated in a joint event for Nature Vancouver and the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Association of Canada (http://www.gac-cs.ca). (A detailed guide titled, Self-guiding Geology Tour of Stanley Park is available HERE.)  Some of the highlights were:  A large glacial erratic on the beach at Third Beach A dyke that can be seen at low tide The tilted bedding of the sandstones due to the rising of the North Shore mountains….

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Geology of Caulfeild Park and the coastline of Burrard Inlet -30 July 2019

Geology of Caulfeild Park and the coastline of Burrard Inlet -30 July 2019

Trip Report by Leader David Cook Sixteen members attended this walkabout of the rocky bluffs of Caulfeild Park, West Vancouver. It was a joint event for Nature Vancouver and the Lighthouse Park Preservation Society. The weather was perfect which allowed easy walking over the smoothed rocky bluffs which would have been slippery if it had been raining. This location shows us a beautiful example of an intrusion breccia and illustrates, frozen in time, how the granitoid rocks of the North…

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Cypress Provincial Park – Geology Hike

Cypress Provincial Park – Geology Hike

Trip report by Leader DavidCook  On August 5, 2018, fifteen members participated in this field trip, organized jointly by Nature Vancouver and Friends of Cypress Provincial Park. We walked part way up the Collins Ski Run keeping faithfully to my self-guiding field trip of Cypress geology. A PDF copy is available HERE. The intent was to continue on to the first peak of Mt Strachan as had been done in the past where there is an interesting glacial pavement displaying…

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