Tag Archives: North Vancouver

Along the Coho Loop

Arriving within North Vancouver’s Capilano River Regional Park, it wasn’t hard to see how ice and water carved away the canyon while we hiked the Coho Loop. Continue reading Along the Coho Loop

Capilano River Regional Park

North Vancouver’s Capilano Suspension Bridge is a favourite tourist location, but we headed to Capilano River Regional Park where we didn’t have to pay a hefty $40 plus fee to walk over a bridge and through the forest. Continue reading Capilano River Regional Park

Jumping off point — Cleveland Dam

Located in North Vancouver on the edge of Capilano River Regional Park, this dam was constructed in the 1950s to supply water to Vancouver. Continue reading Jumping off point — Cleveland Dam

Cypress Creek

I was surprised by the amount of water rushing between boulders under sixty metre tall trees, yet Cypress Creek was only considered a creek. The sound of rushing water could be heard from almost everywhere in this North Vancouver park. Continue reading Cypress Creek

Barnett Marine Park

Barnett Marine Park, just off the highway in Burnaby, is a place to hike if you want that open space feeling rather than being enclosed by tall trees as in most of B.C.’s hiking trails. Continue reading Barnett Marine Park

Sea to Sky Highway

If you ever want to just drive for the sake of it, Sea to Sky Highway is the one I’d pick. It winds along a magnificent coastline from North Vancouver to Whistler just the way Australia’s Great Ocean Road does. Continue reading Sea to Sky Highway

Baden Powell Trail

Usually, when I’ve visited North Vancouver’s Lynn Canyon Park, I’ve taken visitors who ventured not far beyond the suspension bridge. This time, I decided to visit alone because I’d be able to hike further along the trails than I had before. Continue reading Baden Powell Trail