Activities in Langley


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  • Eighteen Pastures Tall Timber Golf Course
    With two distinct layouts that bob and weave through groves of douglas fir, cedar, and hemlock trees, both Eighteen Pastures Golf Course and Tall Timber Golf Course invite clubbers for a day of challenging golf. The more difficult of the two layouts, Eighteen Pastures flummoxes stick-flickers with more than 6,800 yards of topsy-turvy terrain, where precipitous hillsides and bending fairways lined with arbors conceal upcoming hazards, which include 10 ponds and a multitude of sand traps. The course's front and back nines converge at the unique clubhouse, a bright red barn with a tall silo on one end said to contain the souls of every golf ball lost on the course. An easier and shorter alternative to its grassy brethren, Tall Timber sprawls across 5,921 yards of kempt fairways cleaved through second-growth West Coast forests. The rippling waters of streams and ponds run throughout the course, attracting waterfowl and thirsty golf carts as clubbers hack through the 160-acre landscape.
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    23523 56 Avenue
    Langley, BC CA
  • Sundance Balloons
    Sundance Balloons' vibrant hot-air balloons float adventurous passengers over scenic landscapes. Each one-hour journey commences as sojourners greet their flight crew at a pre-determined location, receive a briefing on what to expect during the excursion, and observe their balloon as it swells to more than 10 stories in height. The woven gondolas glide 1,000 feet above the ground but can sometimes gently skim treetops or cornfields when wandering over the countryside. Since balloons drift with prevailing winds, there is no wind chill and travellers feel only a slight sensation of movement. As is tradition for ballooning, explorers of the appropriate age end their flight with a champagne toast to tranquility, beauty, and neighbourhoods that appear as giant smiley faces only visible from the air.
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    264th St
    Aldergrove, BC CA
  • Panther Paintball
    At Panther Paintball, tall cedars and thick brush help to conceal the tactics of opposing shooters, who dive into the real-dirt trenches and other hiding spots that characterize the facility's 57 acres. Drop-in players as well as party groups can sling their BBs across no fewer than 12 variously configured battlefields strewn with tires, beaver-dam bunkers, dirt mounds, and other obstructions. The fields lend a realistic ambience to Panther's scenario-play events, during which vigilant referees oversee themed play. Panther recently added airsoft to its arsenal, which doesn't weigh down players with big hoppers or bulky air tanks.
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    20535 Douglas Cres.
    Langley, BC CA
  • Lisa Powers
    Inspired by the vivacious, detail-oriented work of Norman Rockwell, Lisa Powers picked up a brush at the age of 10 and hasn’t stopped flecking her way toward mastery ever since. After obtaining a fine-arts degree from Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Powers threw herself into the arts, supplementing her brushwork with forays into the studies of both psychology and sociology. Today, she draws influence from the work of modern masters—from Toulouse-Lautrec's belle époque lithographs to Lichtenstein's comics-inspired pop art—to create evocative mixed-media work. During her art classes and studio sessions, Powers calls upon her years of experience as she helps established artists perfect their techniques and younger artists develop an understanding of the colours that will really pop against a refrigerator-hued backdrop.
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    20714 96th Avenue
    Langley, BC CA
  • Louisa Nicholls Riding Instruction
    At Louisa Nicholls Riding Instruction, horses and their riders gallop and play on ten acres of tree lined land. Specializing in the intricate art of dressage, instructors teach their students balance and grace their steeds clip and clop through two large riding areas of hogfuel footing. The riding center also offers boarding facilities, where guest fillies eat their fill of hay and grain while slumbering in individual paddocks equipped with auto-waterers.
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    4185-244th St
    Langley, BC CA
  • Thunderbird Show Park
    Thunderbird Show Park showcases show jumping, dressage, and other grandstand events on 85 acres just east of Vancouver in the Fraser Valley. As a member of the FEI World Cup Show Jumping North American League, the park is one of the largest venue of its kind on Canada's West Coast with bleacher seating for 3,500 and wireless internet for updating horses back home with competition results and your current state of sweatiness. During high-stakes events such as the Dianne Tidball Legacy Grand Prix and the Fortress Paper Grand Prix, viewers can settle into the VIP Ringside Marquee, which grants a clear view of equine prodigies posed to win $50,000, also-rans, and stranger's bald spots.
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    24550 72 Avenue
    Langley, BC CA

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