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2016 Canadian Open Fastpitch Tournament

The 2016 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship will be held from July 15 - 23, 2016, in Surrey, British Columbia. This tournament will promote the development of the sport of fastpitch by helping young female athletes reach for their personal best. 2016 is promising to be an outstanding year for the Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship as we extended invitations to national and elite club teams from around the world.
We wish you all the best of luck!

The Vancouver Art Gallery

 Picasso: The Artist and His Muses
June 11 to October 2, 2016

Known for his enormous contribution to the canon of great art in the 20th century, Pablo Ruiz y Picasso (1881—1973) is one of the masters of Modernism. Examining the significance of the six women who were inspirational to his artistic development, Picasso: The Artist and His Muses is the most significant exhibition of Picasso’s work ever presented in Vancouver.
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Newlands Golf & Country Club

Newlands Golf & Country Club is where you will enjoy a championship golf course. With tall pine trees and the stately Golden Ears mountains as a backdrop, Newlands is a truly picturesque setting. Since 1961, Newlands has provided a first-class sports and social experience for your enjoyment. The friendly staff proudly invites you to enjoy these activities and beautiful surroundings. Newlands also hosts weddings & banquets.
 

Hi-Knoll Park

 Hi-Knoll Park is just inside the Surrey/Langley border. A cairn stands inside the fence on Colebrook Road which divides the 25 hectare park. North of Colebrook Road is a meadow where birds like mallards, swallows and common snipe enjoy the swampy area adjacent to the Nicomekl River.

The south side of the road is an undisturbed wooded area. Hi-Knoll is one of the few areas in the Lower Mainland where the endangered White Fawn Lily, sometimes called Dog's-tooth Violet, grows in the wild. The plant's delicate white or pink blossoms are increasingly rare in the shady spots of the wooded areas. If you see them, don't pick them!

Fast Track Go Karting

    Racing at 75 km/h 2 inches off the ground. It's exhilarating. It's safe. It's fun.

Fast Track Indoor Karting is Langley's first and only indoor go karting facility. We are able to offer people of all ages a fun and safe racing environment where you can race not only your friends, but also yourself with our state of the art timing system. We offer a number of options from birthday parties, corporate and team building events and public drop-in racing. 

     
  • Address: 5760 Production Way, Langley, BC V3A 4N4       
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  • Phone: 604-534-3278
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  • Racing Hours: 10am - Midnight Daily

Crescent Beach

Surrey's famous Crescent Beach dates back to 1909 when development of the Great Northern Railway first made the beach easily accessible to the public. In 1913 permanent dikes were erected to enable subdivision and settlement of the surrounding neighbourhood. Today these dikes are home to a pathway that traverses the waterfront.

In 1912 Crescent Beach was promoted as a resort area by the Crescent Beach Development Company. 1912 also saw the development of the Crescent Hotel and the pier. Although the hotel and train station have since disappeared, the beach remains a popular summer destination for families.

The best beach access is found at the end of Beecher Street, Sullivan Street and Target Street. Blackie Spit Park, at the north end of Crescent Beach, offers its own beach access, lots of parking, the Crescent Beach Pier, a trail system and a dog off-leash area. 

Grouse Grind

 The Grouse Grind Trail is located in North Vancouver, B.C., at the base of the Grouse Mountain Resort ski area. It is an extremely steep and mountainous trail that begins at the 300-metre-elevation and climbs to 1,100 metres over a distance of approximately 2.9 kilometres.

Hiking times vary considerably depending on each hiker's individual fitness level. The Grouse Grind hike is difficult and those planning on climbing the trail should be in excellent physical condition.

Hikers should always be personally prepared before setting out on the Grouse Grind. As a minimum, you should leave a hiking plan with a friend, never hike alone, and carry adequate water, food, warm clothing and a cell phone.

Ensure that you leave yourself enough time to complete your hike before the onset of darkness.

Albert Dyck Lake

 BEACH INFO:
Albert Dyck Lake, located in Abbotsford, is a man-made lake specialized for wakeboarding and water skiing. This lake has been the place for many national and provincial wakeboarding and water skiing events. There is a great sandy beach perfect for swimming and grassy areas to relax or have a picnic.
For people who do not swim, there is the Albert Dyck trail that people can hike. There is also a designated dog beach for your pups to enjoy off-leash.
AMENITIES:
Picnic tables, a beach volleyball court and parking.
Location of the Fraser Valley Water Ski club

White Rock

Welcome to the unique and enchanting City of White Rock in British Columbia, Canada. This seaside community is clustered around an eight kilometer sandy beach and the warm shallow waters of Semiahmoo Bay and is flanked on the south by the Canada/US border and Blaine, Washington.

White Rock Beach is famous for its 1,500 ft. long pier, its 2.5km long beach promenade and of course the large white rock which weighs in at 486 tons and is a glacial deposit from the coastal range.

Colossus Langley Cineplex

 When this multiplex opened in May 1999, ads promised that it would be “The Mother of All Movie Theatres.” Over the past decade or so, it has stayed true to that promotion. Located just south of the Fraser River, the 19-screen Colossus (which includes an IMAX screen) holds a whopping 5,085 seats.

Stanley Park Seawall

It's easy to see why the Seawall is Stanley Park's most famous feature. It's an impressive 8.8-kilometre (5.5-mile) paved route that loops around the park and, along with adjoining seaside pathways, connects the park to downtown Vancouver and skirts its entire inner waterfront. Created in 1917 with the goal of staving off erosion, the Seawall took 60 years to complete. Today, it is the park's most popular walking, jogging, biking and rollerblading path and, because of its relatively flat terrain, it's a wonderful route for all ages and abilities.

Points of Interest - THE RAMADA SURREY HOTEL

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