What is Deep Cove?  A great excuse to go for a hike, head out on the water or go for a ride... We are also the end of the road and of course the END OF TRAIL for the Baden Powell.  We are addicted to our outdoor pursuits and finding peace in our surroundings. 

END OF TRAIL is an expression of our love for this community and trails that we find ourselves on.  The shop is stocked with local brands who love where they live and express it through their products.  


Thursday, July 27th from 6-9PM 

MEET THE AUTHORS OF FEAST, and other makers and shop END OF TRAIL.  Special offer available to all shoppers in attendance.

be inspired, shop, nibble and sip with us!⠀

END OF TRAIL brands and makers:

EAST VAN LIGHT builds vintage industrial lamps, with engaging modern designs. Combining locally sourced premium hardwoods, high quality hardware, and antique reproduction Edison light bulbs.

BARO DRYWEAR, founded in North Vancouver, pairs trusted technologies with classic silhouettes—designed for those seeking technical outerwear without compromising style.

RIDING THE PINE is the design team of David and Kaoru, who after decades in the corporate design world, are making art, tees, tea towels, pillows and more based on their love for Canada.

FINN and the THUNDERBOLTS designs are the product of the imagination and expression of one young boy. Finnisms are the sometimes profound, sometimes philosophical, and always sweet sentiments expressed by Finn.  

FEAST: An Edible Road Trip is the result of months of strategic planning, hundreds of cups of tea, and wild visionary indulgence.  It is a project dedicated to exploring Canada, highlighting incredible regional food, and meeting and featuring interesting characters and organizations.

THE MODERN PANTRY is our trail granola supplier. Working with local growers and producers to capture the flavours of the season; this isn’t your run-of-the-mill grocery store granola. This is what it tastes like to support local agriculture. This is what it tastes like to eat real food. This is what it tastes like to slow down and enjoy the moment.

CARRALL STREET CANVAS CO. was born out of a non profit social enterprise art and craft shop in Vancouver. Starting with teaching women in recovery from drug/alcohol or mental health to sew, they made a few tote bags. But before they knew it, they were the leading local designers for hip aprons in the Vancouver restaurant industry.

GALLANTRY CARDS believes in filling mailboxes with more than just bills and Bulk Barn coupons. They are tired of texting and emoticons, of hurried voicemail and lousy Skype connections. People need something that makes them smile, and that lets them know they’re not alone. This sentiment epitomizes the card line.

RAINCITY PRINTS love of typography and the use of language is the basis for the fun and inspiring line of card and prints.

RUSSELL HACKNEY CERAMICSis based in Vancouver. Russell produces signature collections of ceramics. His Cabin Vibe  series and beautiful, moulded canisters are available at the SHOP.

HOLLOW TREE 1871 first took root in the remote forests of British Columbia. Inspired by the majestic forests of the Pacific Northwest,  and handcrafted in small batches within the Coastal Mountains of British Columbia, these candles are scented to be reminiscent of alpines meadows, forest groves, verdant valleys within the Coastal Mountains of the rugged Pacific West Coast.

CONSPIRE TO INSPIRE pendant project is sparked by story and experience. Each hand-stamped "saying" pendant is meant as a token of inspiration and support.  Partial proceeds go to causes connected to their meanings or origins.

HUNTER AND THISTLE swear mugs are the bomb.  Hand crafted in Prince George and busting guts all over town, we love these mugs!

KERMODI LIVING ART is a SHOP staple. Specializing in modern minimalist plants that provides a unique, green element 'flair' that is high design and low maintenance. 

END OF TRAIL is open daily 10:30-5:30...                      

unless of course we are on the trail!

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