Most travelers tend to stay in the Greater Vancouver area and skip over North Vancouver. There are amazing parks, picture-worthy mountain ranges, and some of the best views of the city from this area commonly referred to as the North Shore. The following are the top things for you to do and see in North Vancouver.
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is 450 feet long and is a popular attraction. Guests get to walk across the suspension bridge that hangs 230 feet above the Capilano River.
Lonsdale Quay is home to over 80 distinct Vancouver commercial real estate businesses. It offers visitors a chance to get everything from meals to coffee in a quaint space maybe even cabinet painting services or roofing services by local roofing contractors.
Lynn Canyon Park has some of the best hiking in North Vancouver. Some trails are perfect for children and families and those that are more advanced.
Takaya Golf is the largest golf course in North Vancouver and a great place to visit if you enjoy a challenging course.
Park & Tifford Gardens is the perfect place to look at unique plants while relaxing on the benches.
The Shipyards Night Market is one of the most unique and happening places in North Vancouver. Don’t miss seeing a sunrise or sunset at the pier.
Cates Park offers a beautiful sandy beach and has many unique trails and picnic shelters which offer a nice place to enjoy a day.
The Capilano Cliffwalk is another must for adventurous travelers. Cliffwalk is a series of unique cantilevered bridges that are attached to a granite cliff that is more than 110 feet above the Capilano River.
The Grouse Grind at Grouse Mountain is one of the most challenging climbs in North Vancouver.
For those who are looking for an intense physical challenge, Treetops Adventure is the place to be. This unique attraction features suspension bridges that go through the forest that are attached to Douglas fir trees that are 250 years old.
The Cleveland Dam is one of the best free places to visit in North Vancouver. There are a wide range of different activities at the dam too, like hiking.
Deep Cove is a great place to spend the day alone in nature or enjoying the outdoors with your family. One of the most exciting ways to enjoy the cove is by kayaking.
For more than 40 years Polygon Gallery has offered visitors a chance to see a wide range of unique art in one place.
Cyclists from around the globe travel to North Vancouver to experience the North Shore bike rides.
Maplewood Farm allows you to enjoy farm life with your family, whether it be a tractor ride or feeding the goats, there is something for everyone.