Lynn Canyon Park (North Vancouver)
This 617 acre park has been open since 1912 and features its own suspension bridge, suspended 166 ft. (50 metres) over the Lynn Creek below. The forest of douglas fir, western red cedar and western hemlock has been protected from logging, but early activity in the 1800s is evidenced by tree stumps. Some of the trees were up to 11 metres in circumference. There are a number of hiking trails through the thick forests with different degrees of length and challenge. Check out the photos of the early days of Lynn Canyon in the Ecology Centre, open 10 am-5 pm daily. (Free admission)
- Hiking and Walking
Capilano Suspension Bridge (North Vancouver)
Historic theme park, Vancouver's oldest visitor attraction.
Thrill at crossing 450 feet across and 230 feet above Capilano River on the worlds greatest suspension footbridge! A complete West Coast experience awaits in the rainforest trails, living forest and story centre exhibits, Totem Park, Big House carving centre, award-winning gardens, Trading Post gift store and variety of food services.
Travel to Vancouver, 1/2 mile off Hwy #1 Capilano exit in North Vancouver or 10 min from downtown Vancouver, over Lion's gate bridge and 2 miles up Capilano Rd
- Family Travel
Grouse Mountain (North Vancouver)
For a complete picture of Vancouver area, take the Grouse Mountain Skyride from the top of Capilano Road, with views overlooking Vancouver and the Fraser River delta.
Experience breathtaking views at the peak of Vancouver's highest mountain while you enjoy year-round activities and events.
- Family Travel
Go hiking in North Vancouver Trails
Fresh air, quiet surrounding, wide range of choices.
Too many trails to choose, from beginner's level to very difficult ones.