Where to Go in Vancouver
It is a municipal park in the District of North Vancouver that features a suspension bridge that sways 50 meters above the canyon. It was built privately in 1912 when the park opened. Lynn Canyon also offers a selection of walking and hiking trails that connect to other parks in the region. And it is free!
Just off the shores of scenic Deep Cove in North Vancouver sits a large rocky outcrop known as Quarry Rock. There is a very easy hiking trail that leads to this point offering scenic views of Indian Arm and the mountains around Belcarra.
Capilano Suspension Bridge,
It is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver. The current bridge is 140 metres long and 70 metres above the river. It is part of a private facility, with an admission fee, $39.95 for adults and $32.95 with a student ID.
This is a place that must be visited regardless the season. Besides skiing / snowshoeing in winter, it is an awesome place in summer. There are several shows, the lumberjack is amazing. The grizzly bears cannot be missed! And it has amazing views of beautiful Vancouver! It is a short but intense hike. You have to take the gondola to come back down. You can understand why “The Grind” is a favourite spot for locals to improve their fitness level in a hurry.
Located along Beach Ave between Gilford St and Bidwell St on the Stanley Park Seawall system, you can enjoy many amenities including a concession, swimming raft with large slide, two volleyball courts, and pay parking. During summer time you can enjoy the reworks for the Celebration of Light from here.
“Kits” Beach is located on Cornwall Ave at the north end of Yew St. The Seawall runs alongside the beach and Kitsilano Pool is at the west side. The beach offers a concession, Boathouse restaurant, washrooms, tennis courts, basketball courts, playground, swimming raft, summer lifeguards, and pay parking.