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Hnds102 wrote a review Jun 2018
North Vancouver, Canada1 contribution
Just outside the heart of the city, the Cove is a short but very scenic drive which in itself is worth the trip. Take the longer, winding Marine Drive instead of the Upper Levels Highway for a much better look at the neighbourhoods and the seaside. Since only the locals from the North Shore visit with any regularity, this park offers expansive views of the city and some extraordinary geologic features. A great place for a quiet escape; bring a book and a picnic basket and watch the kayakers and paddlers sail past.…
Date of experience: June 2018
odaayigirl wrote a review Oct 2017
Dublin, Ireland90 contributions29 helpful votes
We stayed at an Air BnB in West Vancouver, and wanted to do some walking in the area. The owner suggested Caulfeild Cove (note: it's spelled that way) as a beautiful and quiet spot as a destination. Was about a 20 minute walk from where we stayed off Headland Drive, but be warned that it's a VERY hilly area so a level of fitness is required. There are also no sidewalks, so keep to the traffic-facing side. The houses on Pilot House road are dream worthy and worth the walk alone, but don't stop there. Head down one of the paths in - we chose one that was almost fully grown over as we love to explore but would recommend a more groomed trail as this was challenging. The view once we broke through the brush was well, well worth the time and trouble. Even with a grey and cloudy day, the views of the bay and downtown were incredible. Felt like you were no longer in a city, as all we could hear were the waves lapping and seagulls calling. A perfect oasis to start our day. Bring your camera to get great shots. No zen required - you'll get plenty here!…
Date of experience: September 2017
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jinnes wrote a review Jul 2017
Vancouver, Canada283 contributions121 helpful votes
This is a great place for a short walk at any time of the year. There are often sea ducks offshore, and the geology is interesting, if you look where you are walking. Parking can be difficult, especially at weekends.
Date of experience: March 2017
BeezerFamily wrote a review Apr 2017
West Vancouver, Canada94 contributions22 helpful votes
gems around Vancouver and this is certainly one of them. I would highly recommend this as a great spot for s destination outing. Bring a picnic and just enjoy the natural beauty.
Date of experience: April 2017
Ena G wrote a review Mar 2017
Vancouver, Canada769 contributions164 helpful votes
Caulfeild Cove is a peaceful place offering beautiful views of the city and the seascape. It is off the beaten path that is why it is not crowded at all. It is very quiet and serene all seasons. The parking is limited but it is free.
Date of experience: January 2017