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Join a qualified hiking guide as you explore the trails on Burnaby Mountain Park on a beginner hike and interpretive talk along Hang Your Hat Trail. Wear well-broken-in hiking boots or cross country trail runners. Meet in the parking lot of Mountain Air Bike Park off Barnet Highway. For participants under 19, parents need to sign a waiver. Pre-registration required. Contact any Burnaby recreation centre. For more information, call 604-294-7224.
Bravo Burnaby! showcases the city’s arts, culture and entertainment landscape. It’s an opportunity to explore, experience and enjoy community spirit. A Tourism Burnaby initiative, Bravo Burnaby! raises the profile of the city’s tourist-related assets, and encourages residents and visitors alike to spend more time in the city.
Most who live on Canada's West Coast are familiar with totem poles.
But atop Burnaby Mountain is a collection of carved poles unlike any other in B.C.
Named Playground of the Gods, this exhibition was created by Nuburi Toko, a renowned sculptor of the Ainu people, and his son Shusei Toko. The Ainu are Japan's aboriginal people who inhabited the northern island of Hokkaido.
Burnaby has a proud heritage as one of B.C.'s pioneer settlements. The city is named after Robert Burnaby, the private secretary to Colonel R.C. Moody of the Royal Engineers who founded the colony's first capital city, New Westminster.
Robert Burnaby led a survey party with local aboriginal guides to explore the wilderness surrounding Burnaby Lake in 1859. Today, the lake is named in his honour.