North Vancouver is an outdoor enthusiast wonderland!
There are world-class mountain bike trails, rain forest hiking trails including the famous Grouse Grind, golf courses as well as boating and kayaking.
Located on the North Shore, North Vancouver is an easy commute to Downtown either by the Second Narrows or Lion’s Gate Bridges.
You may also take the Seabus located in central Lonsdale at the Lonsdale Quay.
It is home to many tourist attractions including Grouse Mountain which offers skiing, snowboarding & snowshoeing.
A zip-line for high-adrenaline adventurists, a wildlife Refuge home to the orphaned Grizzly Bears Grinder.
A fine dining restaurant, a theater in the Sky, and breathtaking views of Downtown Vancouver.
Close to Grouse Mountain you will also find the Capilano River Fish Hatchery which features jumping salmon, hiking trails and picnic areas.
Close by it is also the popular Capilano Suspension Bridge which is one of the most popular tourist attractions.
It features a 450-foot suspension bridge over the Capilano River, and treetops with seven suspension bridges crossing through the forest.
Another popular North Vancouver destination is Deep Cove. It is one of the most scenic spots in the Lower Mainland.
Tourists and locals seek out Deep Cove to hike, shop, paddle, kayak or go boating.
You will also find here the well-known Quarry Rock hike.
It is about a 45-minute walk from the trail head in Deep Cove where you can enjoy the majestic views of the quaint Cove.
After your hike, stop at local Honey’s coffee shop and enjoy its famous donuts.
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