Capilano Canyon & Grouse Mountain
Walk the Capilano Suspension Bridge which is 450 long and 230 feet high above the Capilano River. As a bonus, the Capilano Tree canopy walkway is a unique way to see the rain forest. Soaking up the scenery which is so diverse from huge & loud waterfalls to silent and soft rain forest.
Mount Seymour (North Vancouver)
Mount Seymour provides scenic skiing and easy access. Just steps away from parking you can strap on your skis or your snowboard and off you go. Views extend from the Fraser Valley to Vancouver Island.
Canada (/kanada/ in French) is the second larger country and the most northern one of the world, occupying most of the territory of North America. It is a confederation decentralized of ten provinces and three territories, governed as a parliamentary constitutional monarchy. Initially it was constituted through the British Minutes of North America of 1867 and called The Control of Canada. The capital of Canada is Ottawa, headquarters of the national parliament. Its Currency: Canadian dollar. The public holiday is July 1. May 25, is the official birthday of the queen in Canada. Taking the ferri since the Dwontwon, is the most pleasant form of arriving. Clearly that also the bus can be taken, that passes for the Bridge and is but quickly. But the walk in the sea and the view that offers the ferri is the one that me flavor. Once it arrives, there are various buses, every 20 minutes that arrive to the first stop obliged that I did, the most long drawbridge of pedestrians of the world, the Capilano Suspension Bridge with their impressive view to the canon. The Tube Capilano and the River Capilano have been named in honor of a native leader of the nation Squamish and the first bridge was built by McKay with the aid of two natives, August Jack Khaht-sah-the-not and its brother Willie in 1889. In the years 1930, the owner began the tradition to invite to the natives to put its tótems in the lands around the bridge. The tótems that are seen nowadays are the original. In the summer, the Indians of the local groups still come to sell its sculptures and at times can be seen them to carve them to a side of the "Trading Post". The "Trading Post" or "placed of business". Then I expect the following bus and I was to the Mountain Grouse, since where the panorama can be observed where the mountains go of the sea to the sky and they are confused with the clouds. To rise a Funicular to the top is used. But the day that was was closed due to the wind that did. In winter is ideal to do snoboarding, by the snow of the place. As time exceeded me I decided to go to the nature reserve, that is to 15 minutes of the Montana. The place is considers green where look at it, a path, to walk, to the extent that goes rising returns ms narrow and one must be careful of be not slipped and to fall to the rio. In the end some waterfall is found, where can bathe, an immense dam, a window, birds, etc. Has various roads no way out, is better to go in group so that they recall the road. In the River Capilano, a nursery of salmon exists where will be able to appreciate a sample of the different varieties of salmon of the region and a detailed explanation of their curious path since they are born until they return to their place of origin to spawn. Finish the day with a satisfaction of to have been in a natural, sure, exotic place, near the city, free and free.
NOrth Vancouver is my base of operations., and a great place to live. It is located across Burrard Inlet from Downtown Vancouver. My home is located in Central Lonsdale, the heart of this ethnically diverse city. Within 4 blocks of where I live I have a choice of restaurants from seven different cuisines. Recreationally,North Vancouver is noted for its mountain biking and hiking trails, skiing and marinas . The rugged Coast Range is at our back door, and our front door is the north shore of Burrard Inlet
North Vancouver, British Columbia
North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Location: 49° 18' North, 123° 01' West
Population: 127,727 (2006 Census)
North Vancouver ("North Van") is a separate city from Vancouver, located on the north side of Burrard Inlet, east of the Lion's Gate Bridge. Two bridges (the Lion's Gate Bridge and the Iron Worker's Memorial Bridge) separate North Van from Vancouver.
Even though North Van's considered a suburb of Vancouver, most tourists spend a considerable amount of time there because it's home to such popular tourist attractions as Grouse Mountain, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Lonsdale Quay, and Lynn Canyon Park.
There are three areas I tend to visit while in North Vancouver: Lonsdale, Lynn Valley, and Deep Cove.
Lonsdale is the historic downtown part of the City of North Vancouver. It's located on the waterfront immediately across Burrard Inlet from downtown Vancouver. It's home to Lonsdale Quay, many shops and restaurants, apartment towers, historic buildings, and the seabus terminal.
Lynn Valley is a suburban neighbourhood in the north-east of the District of North Vancouver. It's most famous for its wilderness parks such as Lynn Canyon Park and Lynn Headwaters Park.
Finally, there's Deep Cove. Deep Cove is located at the eastern end of the District of North Vancouver to the east of Mount Seymour. It's a tiny if not slightly remote village overlooking Indian Arm fjord. It's most famous for its sea kayaking and marine life.
I guess there's also a fourth part to North Van: Capilano Road. This is where you'll find some of Vancouver's most popular tourist attractions: Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain. Because these attractions are also quite pricy, I tend not to visit them as frequently.