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Norvan Falls, North Vancouver

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  • Four of us hiked to Norvan Falls on this sunny Thursday in the first week of April. We arrived around 9:45 AM in the main parking lot and at that time the parking lot was filling up. The parking lot i...  more »
  • I took this hike long before the travel dates below but it was wonderful. Tree lined forest hike in a beautiful area then at the end...into the falls...if you are there at the right season. Good walki...  more »
  • What a great destination hike. You can walk up and stand beneath these falls on a hot day. Gorgeous. A bit of a hike. Plan accordingly. (Plan a few (4-5) hours). Once outside the first kilometre or so...  more »
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  • A very easy trail takes about 5 hours from parking lot to the fall for 14 km round trip.
  • An uncrowded, local gem through temperate rainforest that ends at the picturesque, Norvan Falls. The trail is well marked and the grades are moderate. Bring proper footwear as there are lots of opportunities to roll an ankle. The return distance from the parking lot to the falls is about 16 km. Allow about four hours which will give you lots of time at the falls.
  • The trail to the falls is great for trail running which you'll see a good number of people doing. It's a fairly easy, but long wall to the falls, so have plenty of hydration and snacks. When you reach the falls, don't expect a grand, spectacular waterfall because it isn't. It's approximately 10-20 meters high. This place is accessible by car and transit. Dogs are allowed in the park, but require a leash. Also, clean up after your own dog waste. There are garbage bins near the trailhead.
  • A worthy 4 hour hike (round-trip). Not a huge amount of elevation gain. The trail is all loose rocks and roots, and it's different from all the other trails around Lynn Canyon. No cellular connection right at the beginning so be prepared.
  • A feature-light hike to falls except for the old corduroy road. Falls are a nice spot for lunch though