Cleaved between the wildlife-rich waterways of the Columbia and Whitaker sloughs, Colwood National Golf Club’s 18-hole course unfurls across 6,158 yards of scenic parkland terrain. Throughout the round, forgiving fairways provide ample landing space for flush drives and displaced blimps, providing a slight advantage to players with exceptional length off the tee. Water hazards impede players’ passage on multiple holes including the par 5 fifth, the course’s most difficult hole, where an oval-shaped pond guards the left side of a dramatic dogleg left. The par 72 course is equipped with advanced draining systems to keep the grassy monolith in pristine playing condition year-round. Divot-tearing duos take in the course’s tall trees, immaculate greenery, and heist-planning waterfowl astride a nimble golf cart, which spins its wheels in applause when players sink stunning bogey putts.
Today’s side deal honors the snowboarding scene in A Few Good Men with snowboard or ski tuning up plus one hand-warmer packet and toasty toes packet at Daddies Board Shop for $15. Recapture your snow equipment's swagger so you can reign supreme on the slopes of victory.
Lily-Rygh Glen wears many hats. She is a flexibility coach, a yoga teacher, a personal trainer, and the owner of Flexible Fitness. There, her diverse fitness background shows during personal-training sessions. Held at either Loprinizi's Gym or an outside location, a typical session may include weightlifting exercises, Thai massage, yoga, body-weight intervals, and boxing drills such as running around Mike Tyson 10 times fast.
The Lumberyard is an indoor mountain bike park outfitted with jump lines, pump tracks, skill sections, and technical trail riding for bikers of all skill levels. The space also rents out bikes, helmets, and protective pads and hosts skill-building clinics. In addition, an on-site restaurant–Pub @ The Yard–, serves bikers BBQ smoked in house as well as glasses of local beer.