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Lynn Canyon Park, North Vancouver

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A range of hiking trails of varying difficulty at Lynn Canyon Park take you through temperate rainforest, and past waterfalls and rivers. Take time to stroll across the famous suspension bridge, built more than 100 years ago, that sits within the 250 hectare (617 acre) park. The park's ecology center provides a spot dedicated to teaching people of all ages about the importance of the local and global environment. Keep your eyes peeled on the trails for hawks, deer, bears, and other wildlife. Put Lynn Canyon Park into our North Vancouver itinerary builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in North Vancouver.
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  • Beautiful place with nice trails for hiking. A small suspension bridge and waterfall. Nice area for a picnic.  more »
  • As a local this is my fav place to go on sunny afternoons. The views are awesome and swimming holes are plenty.  more »
  • Great park for a walk or hike in the woods. Trails are extremely well marked. The site has plenty of parking. There is no fee to use this beautiful park. A must see.  more »
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  • Lynn Canyon Park. One of the great reasons why B.C. is the best on earth! Even on the hottest day, it's got a ton of space and shade for you and your family to sit and enjoy nature. Complete with a ton of picnic tables and little shelters to enjoy food and drinks. I'm not too keen on hiking around, but it's relatively simply to walk around and enjoy the rushing river blast underneath the bridge. Even on the busiest day, it's not too crowded just because it's so damn big! Park rangers are also available on hand all over in case you have any questions or need help. And it's free free free!! Highly recommend :)
  • Beautiful canyon with a great suspension bridge that leads to a wonderful slightly challenging hiking trail. The waterfall is really fun to observe and the trails surrounded by large trees. One of the best places in North Vancouver to visit.
  • Absolutely worth visiting. It's a free alternative to Capilano Bridge and in my opinion just as nice and not too busy. I'll definitely come back.
  • Magical experience. Unlimited trails, hiking and exploring. Very scenic, and easy to access... challenging terrains. Use local GPS to see even more trails that are very remote with low traffic. Cool places to stop and just hang out, and good food / coffee at the cafe.
  • So many different trails to discover and there is a free suspension bridge! The trails are well maintained and there are many spots to go for a swim on a hot day. There's even a natural rock slide! The only downfall is it's too busy on the weekends!