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Start off the new year on the right foot, then the left foot, then the right again, by going on a First Day Hike on January 1, 2022!
The idea is simple: head to your favourite park and hit the trails for a fun and easy way to kick off the new year. We kindly ask that you leave nothing behind but footprints, stick to trails, plan appropriately, and let wildlife feed themselves.
If you take part in a First Day Hike, you can enter for a chance to win one of three (3) gift cards to the BC Parks Foundation Shop.
To enter, post a photo on social media of you taking a First Day Hike on January 1. Make sure to add #FirstDayHike and tag @healthybynaturecanada on Instagram and @HBNCanada on Twitter. On Facebook, you can post your photo on Healthy By Nature's page, either on the wall or on the First Day Hike post’s comments. See below for full contest details.
First Day Hikes began in the United States over 25 years ago. The first-ever First Day Hike happened in 1992 in the DCR Blue Hills Reservation, a park just south of Boston, MA. They now welcome about 700-800 happy hikers to the trails every New Year’s Day. Parks across all 50 states now offer First Day Hikes.
The BC Parks Foundation’s Healthy By Nature initiative is excited to be one of the first international participants in First Day Hikes. Hikes are also being led in Ontario Parks, and we are proud to be working together to bring the #FirstDayHike tradition to Canada.
Hiking is a fun activity people of all ages and fitness levels can enjoy. Memories made on the trails will stay with you forever. First Day Hikes make a great holiday tradition!
Beyond the good times on the trail, hiking:
First Day Hikes are even endorsed by doctors themselves, including our very own Dr. Melissa Lem, Director of our PaRx program. “From lower stress and blood pressure to a boost in your immune system and cancer-fighting proteins, the evidence is growing about the health benefits of getting active in nature,” she says. “We’re delighted to be helping Canadians celebrate the arrival of a new year, and encouraging them to get outside in a safe and healthy way.”
Remember to tag us in your #FirstDayHike snapshots on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to be entered to win!
The First Day Hike giveaway contest is hosted by Healthy By Nature, an initiative of the BC Parks Foundation. Contest is open to residents of Canada, excluding Ontario and Quebec, who are ages sixteen (16) or older. Three (3) gift cards are available to win, valued at $35.00 CAD. Entries can be made via Instagram or Twitter by posting a photo, tagging #firstdayhike and @healthybynaturecanada (Instagram) and @HBNCanada (Twitter). Entries can be made on Facebook by posting a photo on Healthy By Nature Canada’s wall or in the comment section of their First Day Hike posts. By submitting photos, participants give Healthy By Nature and the BC Parks Foundation permission to re-post these images on their social media, blog and newsletter. Participants must own the copyright to all materials included in their submissions. Photo entries must be posted before 11:59 pm PST on Sunday, January 2, 2022. Each photo constitutes one entry. There is no limit to entries per person, but any one person may only win one of the prizes. Prizes will be drawn at random by 5:00 pm PST on Tuesday, January 4, 2022. Winners will answer a skill-testing question. Contest is not sponsored or endorsed by Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. By submitting photos following the guidelines, participants agree to the above rules & regulations.