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  • Body Exchange Surrey
    Body Exchange trainers lead fitness camps designed expressly for plus-size women. Through low-impact cardio and strength-training routines, they motivate students to better health and increased confidence. The team also encourage students to adopt active lifestyles by holding monthly adventures, such as snowshoeing, hiking, and cycling.
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    17857 56 Ave.
    Cloverdale, AB CA
  • Whistler Snowshoeing Tours
    Save the hostage and defend the fort. These are just two of the eight games Whistler Paintball's employees supervise as players of all levels weave their way across four outdoor battlefields. Sprinkled with man-made forts and tires, each wooded, steep, or wide-open field poses a challenge for players as they dodge nontoxic paintballs and explain the meaning of existentialism to field mice. Before the games begin, group and individual players don camo clothing and a fog-reducing mask, which has an attached ribbon to help gamers identify their teammates during battle. A BT Omega Assault or MP3 semiautomatic paintball gun completes the outfit. Players then watch an equipment demonstration and safety briefing before enjoying 20-minute games on any of the four playing fields, which are open all year round. Whistler Paintball also provides a covered concession stand and free parking lot and can arrange shuttle pickup services when requested.
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    2028 Innsbruck Dr.
    Whistler, BC CA
  • Wet Coast Events
    Smiling faces surround a typical Wet Coast Events finish line, where participants of all ages show off medals awarded for completing one of the organization's signature races. Wet Coast's team has plenty to smile about, as well. With each happy finisher, they advance their goal of promoting healthier lifestyles through walking and running—two activities they try to make as fun as humanly possible. Founded and staffed by enthusiastic runners, Wet Coast Events puts wild and occasionally wacky twists on 5K, 10K, and marathon events held throughout the Fraser Valley. Take, for example, their Zombie Fun Run, during which hordes of undead zombies chase "survivors" down the length of the course. These hired actors provide the kind of motivation a normal trainer would be hard-pressed to deliver, even with the traditional cupcake-on-a-stick method. Another popular race winds through the scenic trails around Flora Lake in Chilliwack, while the ingenious Fraser Valley Beer Mile allows racers to pause for a beer between laps.
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    200 Street 8 Avenue Langley
    Langley, BC CA
  • Miami River
    Sunlight streams through the canopy and illuminates a waterfall hidden in the dense woods. A river carves its way through grassy fields as a lake stretches beyond tree-covered hills and recedes in the distance. These sights are just a few of the magnificent wonders you can discover across British Columbia. The guides at Harrison Eco Tours have seen them all and bring that expertise on guided trips through the great outdoors. The team can lead jet-boat, kayaking, and hiking tours across these and other natural landmarks. The team also leads fishing expeditions to catch salmon, sturgeon, and steelhead trout on the Fraser River, bringing the thrill of the chase to the calm surroundings of nature.
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    100 Esplanade
    Harrison Hot Springs, BC CA
  • Pedals and Paddles
    Located where the Caren and Richardson mountain ranges slip into the Pacific Ocean, Pedals and Paddles sits on spectacular trailheads for hiking, camping, and kayaking. When paddling through the crystal-clear inlet waters on kayaks or standup paddleboards in guided or self-guided tours, clients can gaze at the ocean floor to commune with seafaring creatures such as starfish, sea cucumbers, and—if they're lucky—dolphins and orcas. Explorers can also camp on the beaches at Piper Point, Tuwanek Beach, or Oyster Beach, where they can sleep in between swimmable waters and the towering pines of the mountains.
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    7425 Sechelt Inlet Road
    Sechelt, BC CA
  • FUN Society
    FUN Society founder Maia Green lives up to her last name with her concern for the environment, and she started FUN Society to teach kids to care for the earth as well. The nonprofit—FUN stands for "Friends Uniting for Nature"—carries out her goals through summer camps and supporting kids' ideas to bolster the environment. They even take their work overseas, starting a youth program in South Africa in 2012 and sending a group to a UN climate-change conference in 2011.
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    600 Richmond Ave
    Victoria, BC CA