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“lynn canyon”(292 reviews)
“twin falls”(78 reviews)
Interesting park with a suspension bridge, trails and waterfalls and an ecology center.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
993 Peters Road, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7J 1Y6, Canada
+1 604-981-3103
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Reviewed yesterday

The place is awesome. The park itself is very nice with ample free parking spaces and interesting places and views for picture taking. Crossing the suspension bridge is one of the highlights of our visit. The bridge has a perfect view of the waterfalls. We...More

Thank alcor1922
Reviewed yesterday

It was so cool to see the canyon and walk across it! We didn't get to spend much time there but I would recommend going!

Thank Allison H
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This place is awesome! The hikes are fun too. We did the Suspension Bridge and we liked the view, the photos, and the crowds much more than Capilano Suspension Bridge Park the previous day. I actually enjoyed both, but you get better pictures at Lynn...More

Thank slabrum
Reviewed 5 days ago

The park itself is very nice and pretty accessible by public transportation, a big plus when you are alone and/or without a car. The closer sights (I visited the twin falls and 30ft pool) are nothing super impressing, but still very nice. If you are...More

Thank omada1235
Reviewed 6 days ago

Spent the morning doing one of the hiking trails in Lynn Valley whilst my daughter and a friend did a run on another trail in the valley. The hike had some steep sections but climbed with well maintained steps and well marked paths. Really enjoyed...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

A lovely setting and great place for family or friends to enjoy nature. Beautiful and well-maintained walking trails. Nice little cafeteria. Definite recommendation.

Thank Betty18588
Reviewed 1 week ago

I raised my children in Lynn Valley. Hiking in Lynn Canyon became a fundamental part of our family history. Looking down from the jiggling Suspension Bridge on the rocky river rapids far below never failed to thrill. Long after my girls had grown up and...More

Thank Shelora
Reviewed 1 week ago

We saw a lot of stuff during our 6 days in Vancouver, but this was definitely one of the highlights. Fairly easy to get to by public transportation, even easier by car. There are lots of different paths, so you can make the hike as...More

Thank Alex K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ended up visiting Lynn canyon or recommendation of a waiter in restaurant. Caught cab there from downtown Vancouver 32 dollars, good 30 mins plus drive. Free to enter park, nicely done, easy trails to walk. Lovely and clean, great to see families enjoying it. We...More

Thank Sarah E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A lovely walk by the river. You may see beavers! A good cafe and wild life centre. Walks can be tailored to be long or short

Thank Roger F
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17 August 2018|
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Response from guinness6482 | Reviewed this property |
Yes public transportation will take you there! Enjoy the sea bus across the inlet and follow the people up to the buses. Take a Lynn Valley bus! Sorry not sure of the number! A bit of a walk when you get off, but worth it! I... More
Sam S
3 June 2018|
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Response from Jasvirsd |
Did not see any in April. They would be around after hibernation. Park is well maintained and park employees are around and did not see any trash that would attract them. To be shure please check with BC parks department.
Sam S
3 June 2018|
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Response from Found_Lost_Key | Reviewed this property |
Encountering a bear here is unlikely, there is a good amount of people always visiting, making lots of noise in the area which usually deters bears.