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Things to Do in North Vancouver

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  • 705Jose321
    Sacramento, CA20 contributions
    Beautiful Park with many bridges. Children will love it. Elderly be carful. Expect many trees, people and a lot of traffic and tourist after 10:00 AM if you go during peak season.
    Written June 24, 2022
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  • Emily W
    3 contributions
    This was a great place to hike and experience the beauty of the area and walk across suspension bridges. We will definitely be back when we visit the area again!
    Written June 19, 2022
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  • CravingAdventure
    Alberta, Canada346 contributions
    Spent a hot, sunny Saturday morning here and loved the tranquility. Tons of people kayaking and SUP'ing. A few short trails around the main beach made for some easy activity. Excellent spot for a picnic and people watching away from the noisy, dirty city. Simple bus ride to get there, too.
    Written July 1, 2022
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  • gorsey
    Manchester, UK91 contributions
    So much included in the price! Stunning views, rides in gondolas and chair lifts, highly entertaining lumberjack show, seeing the two bears and learning more about them from the guide and also the documentary film in the theatre. We were also lucky in deciding to visit the day that the free shuttle ran from Canada Place. Spent hours here and would recommend.
    Written June 16, 2022
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  • AllanReis
    Tallahassee15 contributions
    This is a great place to visit. The suspension bridge is a lot of fun and can be easily handled by almost anyone. The waterfall that the bridge crosses over is very beautiful. Once you cross the bridge you can choose to take a couple of different paths, or simply return back over the bridge. We took the path down to the twin falls bridge and really enjoyed it. The twin falls are also quite beautiful. The walk back up from the twin falls bridge involves quite a few steps, but can be easily managed by most folks. There are plenty of places to rest along the way. We highly recommend visiting this site.
    Written June 22, 2022
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  • PEPIDOG
    Singapore75 contributions
    Took this as part of my transit to Grouse Mountain from the city. A workhouse ferry like those in Hong Kong or Amsterdam, no frills but a great way to cross over. Normal transport ticket, cheap and efficient.

    There was no outdoor deck area but large windows so you could get a great view of the enormous cruise ships docked nearby.
    Written June 1, 2022
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  • Mark K
    Edmonton, Canada282 contributions
    This is such a neat hike, it's 2.6km and 800km of elevation and it's feels like you are going upstairs for hours. We finished in about 3 hours, with lots a breaks and photos, etc. But the average is 1.5 hours and the fastest people doing it do it in 25 to 30 mins! So regular people can probably do it in 2-2.5 hours. But still worth it to see the trail and the views. Once you get to the top you can go down for $20/person.
    Written August 24, 2021
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  • Rivets1952
    Melbourne, Australia138 contributions
    Although we arrived at the cable car when it started raining and the clouds made the views disappear. We waited for ten minutes when we got out on top of the mountain and the sun came out. Worth the effort.
    Written June 24, 2022
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  • Divyangana Banerjee
    Vancouver, Canada5 contributions
    This was one of my first hikes in Vancouver, and I have done it multiple times over the past few years. The hike is simple with steps to guide you through. It is free and great for friends, families, pets and even the elderly.
    In the end, the view is beautiful and peaceful.
    Written September 9, 2020
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  • sayadil
    New Delhi, India335 contributions
    This is a very beautiful place next to grouse mountain. Lake by the mountains is very beautiful and its a nice place for a good walk or picnic as well. Dam is small but pretty.
    Written August 23, 2020
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  • Sharon F
    North Vancouver, Canada21 contributions
    If you are looking for an activity that brings you close to nature, but don’t want it to be to strenuous, this is a great choice. You can learn about salmon lifecycles, at certain times of the year you can watch salmon jump up the fish ladder, and there are nice views of the Capilano River. You can access walking trails nearby and there is lots of parking. Nearby attractions include Cleveland Dam, also free, and paid attractions such as the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain.
    Written February 1, 2020
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  • sashakeena
    Vancouver, Canada11,295 contributions
    COVID Safe, however the foot traffic & visitors have been very limited, which affects the businesses. Still recommend going to enjoy the shops and the view of the inner harbour.
    Written May 23, 2021
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  • Julie C
    Wirral, UK61 contributions
    We had a fab day out on Mount Seymour with our grown up family. I think me and hubby were the oldest snow tubers on the day and provided great amusement to everyone as we struggled on and off the tubes but we had a ball. It cost $29 per person for 2 hours and you get a brief safety talk before your session. Once at the bottom of the run you can hook up your tube to a line and get pulled to the top of the run. It’s a fantastic day out for all and well organised.
    Written February 3, 2021
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  • Sharon I
    Brisbane, Australia57 contributions
    Another free visit. the park is not far from the Capilano suspension bridge.
    it is a beautiful place.
    The forests were beautiful with the leaves just starting to change color
    A very pleasant stop on the way to Grouse Mountain
    Written November 14, 2019
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  • Melanie E
    Canada1,876 contributions
    I visited this little hidden gem for the first time and enjoyed it. There’s something for everyone from kids to anglers. The kids’ playground is fairly big and decent. There’s a pay at the meter for people launching their boats. A nice place for kayaking too. Plus there’s walking trails nearby.

    A great place for gatherings with picnic benches and washrooms. Located off the Dollarton Hwy.
    Written April 19, 2022
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