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Popular Attractions in North Vancouver

Stanley Park
4.7/5
888 Reviews
City Park
Located at the center of Vancouver, Stanley Park is an urban green boasting a sequoia forest, a never-ending waterfront causeway, Indian totem poles, and the Vancouver Aquarium. A tapestry of vegetation, the Park offers compelling views and is dubbed a “huge natural oxygen bar”. For locals, this is a perfect place for a rich variety of leisurely outdoor activities, be it walking, cycling, rollerblading or skateboarding. A grassy playing field and waterfront pool can be found at the beach in the Park’s western side, which also serves as an open-air cinema during summer nights. The beach is a perfect spot to watch the sunset and a frequent gathering place for local residents to have barbecues and picnics.
Lynn Canyon Park
4.6/5
63 Reviews
Forest
Canyon
Canada Place
4.6/5
496 Reviews
Square
Canada Place, located on the Vancouver waterfront is a multi-purpose complex that houses a convention center, a trade center, a hotel and an Imax theater. It also serves as the main cruise ship dock for the region and hosts various special events, such as the Vancouver International Jazz Festival and Christmas At Canada Place, throughout the year. The main building was built to house the Canada Pavilion at Expo 86, the 1986 World's Fair. You can find breathtaking panoramic views of the city just by walking around the facility's upper stories.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
4.6/5
429 Reviews
Hiking
Built a century ago by native aboriginals with hemp ropes and thick wooden planks, the footbridge at Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park hangs high in mid-air over the swift rapids of the Capilano River. The bridge swings and gives out a human-like cackling sound when winds blow across the valley, hence its nickname "Laughing Bridge". The suspension bridge straddles the Capilano River and swathes of leafy forest. Walking on the bridge, one is surrounded by nature, taking in not only the beautiful woodland, but also the snow peaks in the distance and the nearby ravine. If fortunate enough, one could also spot a splendid rainbow due to the vapor from the river.

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North Vancouver Discovery Private Tour
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Lost Souls of Gastown Walking Tour
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刘映莀   
Canada also unexpectedly has a fairytale-like park A green oxygen bar Lynn Canyon Park is surrounded by trees and the air is fresh. The green trees tower into the clouds, lush and luxuriant, and the entire park seems like a sea of green. During the course of my walk, there was not a moment when the green disappeared. The preferred place for outdoor activities It was July when I went, and on the way I saw a huge wave of people passing through it. It was thoroughly imposing, a dark and dense mass of people. A local person told me that this is a summer vacation activity, and that people who love the outdoors set out on their hike from the center of the canyon starting at 2 PM. Other than hiking, I also saw some people enjoying camping picnics. Suspension bridge The Lynn Canyon Park suspension bridge is the most famous sight inside the park. A curving suspension bridge hangs in the air and spans a coniferous forest. This bridge may not be friendly to those with a fear of heights. I was a bit afraid after getting on the bridge. Below it is a gurgling stream. There were some children who liked to jump up and down on the bridge, whereupon the bridge would sway uncontrollably. I held onto the guardrail tightly, and slowly made my way to the other side. The venture has some thrill of danger, but it is very safe. Creeks There are many creeks in the forest, but there are some special things about a creek here - their water comes from melting glaciers. You can step on the stones between the small creeks and carry on moving forward. I stopped and washed a hand in the water, and coldly eased the inflammation [sic]. I saw behind me some people who were directly washing fruits in the creek before eating them. I thought that this way of doing things were so natural and good, until I saw a blonde girl wearing a swimsuit playing with the water in the creek... Travel information: You can take the 228 bus to the Valley Center, a 10 minute walk to the front You can take the 229 bus to the main entrance of the park
Posted: 12 Sep, 2018
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