4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: The only thing keeping this from 5 is the lack of signage, though I must say they are trying. It looks like the course is in a bit of a transitional phase, but I bet it will be an easy 5 once its all said and done. Can't wait to go down and play this course again. Easily worth the trip from Vancouver. All of the holes are really well designed/thought out. The layout is a little bit awkward, and there are some long walks, but that's exactly what I love about disc golf. This is a true nature course, I even saw 4 small dear cross the road on my way out. Tucked away in the mountains, some great vistas, a small stream running through the course. Lots of elevation. This place has everything.
Cons: Its TOUGH! Long and technical course, this is not for beginners. You'd better bring your A game. Also, natural tees can be a con for some, though not for me. Also, as I said, lack of signage, and the baskets aren't #'d. Would help a great deal. A course map at the entrance would be nice too... Truly, navigating is very tough, but use your disc golf nose to sniff out where the tee pads baskets are and you should find em... I did, though it took me a while with some of then.... but hey, they're working on it.
Other Thoughts: This is easily one of the nicest courses in the Pacific Northwest, as far as I can tell. Beats Whistler for pure Disc golf, but not for location/views/incredible hike etc. You get the idea. Its a great disc golf course, go check it out.
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