Clean, beautiful, not overly crowded, and I have never had a parking issue. The bridge and trails and waterfall are all wonderful with a coffee shop at the base of the trails. Enjoy it every time we visit.
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We spent the morning in Deep Cove and then headed to Lynn Canyon as an alternative to the Capilano Suspension Bridge. There was lots of parking when we arrived (mid week on a sunny afternoon). There are bathrooms and a cafe available. I was surprised...More
Free admission for this park, and because this is not as "commercialized " park with suspension bridges as Capilano, so it was not overcrowded with people. There is a spot for swimming in the middle part of hiking route. The hike itself was pretty easy,...More
Some nice hiking, nice waterfalls, nice walking suspension bridge, suspended high up in the trees, makes this park well worth a visit. And it's FREE!!!
We live in mid-west and we decided to stay on Central time during our visit to Vancouver. This was really helpful in avoiding the crowds everywhere, but we were especially happy about our decision when we visited Lynn Canyon Park. We came at 8:00 AM...More
I can't believe you don't have to pay to get into this park. They have a nice visitor center, clean washrooms, and a cafe. The trail is well worn and safe. I feel it could be marked a little better as there are several places...More
The park was beautiful (albeit a little hard to get to) and there is also a suspension bridge, which is a great, cheaper alternative to Capilano (which has basically amusement park prices). I would suggest waking up a little earlier to avoid the crowds, eating...More
Great hiking in the morning before the crowds come after noon. Many trails intertwine within the park. Definitely keep walking past the suspension bridge after you cross it -- the forest is breathtaking. Visited with Into the Wild tours -- Paul was an excellent guide...More
There is a larger more famous suspension bridge on the North Shore but the one in Lynn Canyon is free and gives access to an extensive system of hiking trails. The bridge, because it is lower gets you closer to the thundering falls below the...More