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4K Virtual Hike - Lake Louise to the Tea House (Lake Agnes) - Fall season

4K Virtual Hike - Lake Louise to the Tea House (Lake Agnes) - Fall season

Watch Online! ''Lake Louise, 2.4 km long, elevation 1731 m, is located in Banff National Park in southwestern Alberta. Lake Louise's outlet is a creek flowing into the Bow River. The Stoney called it Ho-run-num-nay meaning "lake of the little fishes" and it was a Stoney guide who took Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) workman Tom Wilson to the site in 1882. Wilson named it Emerald Lake, but the name was changed (1884) to honour Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and wife of Governor General the marquess of Lorne.'' The Canadian Encyclopedia ''The Lake Agnes Tea House was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1901 as a refuge for hikers. Climb steadily on a forested trail, past Mirror Lake and the waterfall that cascades out of Lake Agnes, before arriving at the idyllic alpine waters of Lake Agnes and enjoying speciality teas and delicious homemade baking. The family-run Tea House has no electricity or running water. Some supplies (such as flour and sugar for the baking) are flown in by helicopter at the start of the season, but all fresh food is packed up the trail by the staff. The hike to the Tea House starts on the shores of Lake Louise near the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise hotel and climbs uphill on a wide switch-backed path for 3.6 km (2.2 mi.). It is rated as a moderate trail and takes most people around 1 to 2 hours, more or less depending on fitness level. The elevation gain is 400 m (1,312 ft). '' Playlists: Virtual Hikes and Walks: Virtual Bike rides / Runs Virtual Hikes / Walks/ Bike rides For Spin Class Fire Ambiances: Virtual Views / Relaxation: Relaxing views:
30-Minute Cardio Latin Dance Workout

30-Minute Cardio Latin Dance Workout

Cardio is more than just running on a treadmill! This Latin dance workout proves you can get your heart rate up while shaking your hips and shimmying your shoulders. Nicole Steen, a cardio dance expert at Equinox, knows how to keep you moving and to keep it fun. New to dance? No worries, we offer modifications. Press play and get ready to cha-cha. For more from Nicole, visit: Instagram: YouTube: Twitter: Facebook: Website: On Nicole: Lululemon top, Onzie tights, & APL shoes On Deja: Avocado outfit & Adidas shoes On Kristel: Koral top, MPG sport leggings, & APL shoes On Tarra: K-Deer top, Ghost Flower leggings, & Reebok shoes 0:00-0:15 Intro 0:15-03:15 Warmup 03:15-28:16 Workout 28:16-30:38 Cooldown POPSUGAR Fitness offers fresh fitness tutorials, workouts, and exercises that will help you on your road to healthy living, weight loss, and stress relief. Check out Class FitSugar, our do-it-along-with-us real-time workout show hosted by Anna Renderer who will inspire you to sweat alongside fitness experts and Hollywood’s hottest celebrity trainers. Class FitSugar regularly covers the most buzzed-about workout classes and trends, including the Victoria's Secret workout, Tabata, P90X, Bar Method, and more. Subscribe to POPSUGAR Fitness! Check out our Instagram Find us on TikTok
17 Min Strength Training Workout for Beginners - Beginner Workout Routine at Home for Women & Men

17 Min Strength Training Workout for Beginners - Beginner Workout Routine at Home for Women & Men

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Why Virtual?


Due to COVID-19, Personal Defeat Depression events are encouraged. This means that you choose the physical activity of your choice to complete a personal challenge activity between now and the end of May. Whether you take a walk around your block, run on a treadmill, ride a bike or take a stroll on a trail, participants can take part in the campaign and support their local mental health services that are so desperately needed, while this year, maintaining physical distance.

Find More Ideas on the Fundraising Tips Page!

After you have completed your virtual challenge activity, share a video or photo on your fundraising page and social media with the hashtag #DefeatDepression and mention/tag us: Twitter @DefDepression, Facebook, Instagram

Registered participants, please continue to fundraise and share the message of hope that this campaign brings. Now more than ever, every dollar counts and no donation is too small.  Remember – this campaign exists through your support to provide funds to local mental health programs and services and they need the support so desperately – especially in this era of COVID-19.

If you have not registered, NOW is the time to take action.


Please also encourage others to register online, share their story and fundraise. All registered participants are eligible to receive Incentive Gifts for reaching fundraising milestones!

Then on the last Saturday of May (Defeat Depression Day), we will be holding a national celebration event - stay tuned for more details!


This year more than ever we need your help. Please take care of yourself and your family’s mental wellness while supporting mental health services and resources for Canadians.


Take care and stay healthy.

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