Hikers thought missing in Lions Bay walk out safely


Two hikers who went out for what was supposed to be a day hike on Tuesday are safe after they walked out of the woods on their own.

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Martin Colwell, manager of Lions Bay Search and Rescue, says the women walked into the organization’s operations base on Wednesday.

Previously: Search and rescue teams looking for two young women missing near Lions Bay

Colwell says it appears the women, both 19, were picked up on a highway and dropped off.

The women had parked their vehicle in a lot that is used as the starting point for hikes to West Lion Peak and other popular routes overlooking Howe Sound.

Colwell says the women appeared to be uninjured.

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