For an easy break from the everyday, and to experience one of the adventures enjoyed by Power To Be’s participants, check out Charlie’s Trail. It is an enjoyable walk in the woods on the campus of Royal Roads University in Victoria.
Where the forest meets the sea is where you will find Cates Park in North Vancouver. The largest waterfront park in the district, it is part of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Find out why we like to adventure there.
When you’re on the climbing wall, it can feel like it’s just you and the challenge ahead. That sense of independence comes from the support of a community though. Find out who Power To Be, Canucks Autism Network and MEC partnered to help make climbing more inclusive.
With views of the wild West Coast and a stunning waterfall, find out why Mystic Beach is one of our favourite places to explore.
Power To Be has had an incredible 20 years, and we wouldn't be where we are today without the community that supports us. As we reflect on an amazing year, we want to wish you and your family the happiest of holidays and offer best wishes for 2019.
With tall trees and accessible trails, find out why Francis/King Regional Park is one of our favourite places to explore on program.
From towering Douglas fir trees to a lively salmon hatchery and 23 kilometres of trails throughout, find out why Capilano River Regional Park is one of our favourite places to explore on program.
Our adventures give us the opportunity to take in some pretty amazing night skies. Power To Be volunteer Karun shares his insights into what to look for and places to settle in for a night of star gazing.
Follow the windy route to the top of this small hill and be rewarded with sweeping views of the South Island. Learn more about this Vancouver Island gem.
When you explore your local park, venture down a hiking trail or paddle along a shoreline, have you ever asked yourself “who is missing from the outdoor spaces we love the most?” That is the question we recently explored at 2018 MEC Outdoor Nation. Find out more about what we discovered.