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The Town Of Gibson's Historical Walk

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 The Town Of Gibson's Historical Walk

Price: $30.00/per person


Location: Gibsons
Duration: 1.5
Min/Max: 4 to 20 people
Multi-day: No
Scheduled: Yes

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Activity:  The Town of Gibson’s – Our Early History – Walking Tour

Activity Description: Join Dale, a local friend and historian, who has lived in the town of Gibson’s throughout his life.  Dale will take you on a walk through time in the Town of Gibson’s and it’s marine way of life.  Highlights include the recognition of the Squamish Indigenous People who have lived and cared for this land for millennia.  Find out the significance of Gospel Rock, and the stories of the first explorers (English and Spanish) and what life was life was like for the early settler population: George Gibson, the Finns and early farming, Dr. Inglis our first doctor to service the entire Coast without car or road,.  JS Woodsworth, the Beachcombers and much more. 

 Meeting Location:        Pioneer Park, Gibsons, BC, V0N 1V9

Map Link to Location:  https://goo.gl/maps/1XJCHZjuq2q 

Your Operator - Guide:  Dale Peterson    Guide Phone Number: 

Season of Operation:  March to October (Let me know your operational months here)

Duration:  1.5 hrs.

DATES and Times:  please book according to schedule adverstised 

June 15,16,17,18                          10 am only

June 19,20,21,22                          10am, 12:30, 3:00pm any/all

June 27,28,29,30                          10am only

July 1 12:30,                                 3:00pm

July 2, 3, 4                                    10am, 12:30, 3:00pm any/all

Exercise Level:  moderate; walking on various levels, some stairs; frequent stops

Rate: $30.00 pp (Cdn). 

Minimum Participants:  4 ppl    Maximum Participants:  20 ppl

Includes:  Your local historical guide.    Bookings managed by Aboriginal Eco Tours: Candace Campo,

What to bring:  Good walking shoes with traction; dress for the weather, water resistant jackets are recommended for fall and winter weather.  Dress to be warm and dry.  Bring a snack and water.

Policies:  We require advanced booking.  24 hours are more is recommended to secure your spot.

Any cancellations, we require 48 hours + for reimbursement less a 20% administration fee. 

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