Hikers celebrate festive season

Once again the Shuswap Hiker Ladies have found the perfect tree to decorate.

Members of the Shuswap Hiker Ladies combine their love of walking with their Christmas spirit by decorating a tree on a Blind Bay trail.

Once again the Shuswap Hiker Ladies have found the perfect tree to decorate.

“We love to spread the Christmas spirit for all to enjoy while out for a stroll on one of Shuswap’s wonderful trails,” says Myriah Lea-Tucker, noting this year’s tree is on a trail in the Blind Bay Highlands.

“We are the Shuswap Hiker Ladies and we love to play hooky on Friday afternoons, so we can hike the great outdoors,” says Lea-Tucker.

“You’re welcome to join us – if you’re female – age doesn’t matter.”

Hikes are from three to six hours in length and the women hike a variety of trails designated from “easy” to “most difficult.”

And the women take to the trails regardless of the weather. For more information, visit www.intheshuswap.ca and follow the link to The Hiker Ladies.



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