Places to visit in North Vancouver

Top Things to Do in North Vancouver, Canada

Places to Visit in North Vancouver

Top Attractions in North Vancouver

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  • Corneliu A
    Montreal, Canada214 contributions
    Epic experience, we went in July 2022, earlier, to avoid the crowds. A very convenient car park is just across the street. Pay over the phone with the PayByPhone app, you'll thank me later. 136 meters long, tall and narrow, the Capilano Bridge would satisfy your need for adrenaline and breathtaking views. You might find the entrance ticket price a bit pricey, but it's worth it. In addition to learning about the history and importance of the Kia'palano tribe in this region, you can enjoy the set of seven suspension bridges between the trees, the Cliffwalk and the living forest walk. We were happy to use hand sanitizer stations, located in several places in the park and felt safe throughout the journey. Since this isn't your usual neighborhood walk, watch your step while enjoying nature at its best. You will find fair dining options to satisfy your tastes and hunger. Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is not only a memorable experience for everyone (kid friendly), but a must do while in Vancouver. Highly recommended.
    Written 5 August 2022
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  • catadair
    Atlanta, GA183 contributions
    This little gem is worth a stop. The suspension bridge is free though there is a charge for parking--where IS parking free in Vancouver??? (There are meters.). The suspension bridge is very close to the parking area, and the waterfall is mesmerizing. The area wasn't crowded at all when we were there three different times. (We stayed in an AirBnB close by and went back just to see it.) Also, if you're a Virgin River fan, you may see some familiar sites. We didn't do any of the hiking trails, but we saw several people on them. Beautiful, quiet stop in Vancouver.
    Written 7 August 2022
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  • catadair
    Atlanta, GA183 contributions
    This is one of the most beautiful little towns I've ever seen! It's hard to believe it's real. If you're a kayaker or are interested in trying SUP, this is the place for you. Try Honey's Doughnuts for breakfast!
    Written 7 August 2022
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  • Linda K
    Kilgarvan, Ireland1 contribution
    During my recent visit to Grouse Mountain I encountered an unfortunate experience. While coming down on the chairlift enjoying the views in front of me, my bag unfortunately fell out while we were in the air. The staff were so helpful. Especially Courtney. She went above and beyond to return my bag to me. Thankfully after hiking up and searching, she was able to return it to me, but at that moment I realized my phone was not in it. She seemed more than happy to go back up and search. Quite frankly I had given up hope that the phone would be found considering the size. But she kept a smile on and was so positive. Within 15 minutes of talking to us and going back up, she had found my phone( still working 🙌). I am so grateful to you Courtney. Thank you so much.
    Written 1 August 2022
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  • jess882017
    Pleasanton, CA31 contributions
    Suspension bridge was sturdy and solid, hikes were well maintained. The rainforest was beautiful with lush vegetation. Water was crystal clear. Fresh clean air.
    Written 9 July 2022
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  • GRAHAM C
    Dunton Green, UK814 contributions
    For next to nothing, and a great photo opportunity, ride the Seabus from its terminal near Canada Place to the North shore. Cameras at the ready.... iconic views of Canada Place and its Cruise terminal, Stanley Park and its lighthouse, the seaplane terminus, The Lion's Gate Bridge and the North Shore. If you do not want to stay on the North Shore, disembark, run round and catch the same boat back. A great way and cheap way to see Vancouver in all its glory. A half an hour well spent. Enjoy.
    Written 22 July 2022
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  • Jan M
    540 contributions
    The legendary Grouse Grind highly exceeded my expectations. It is brutal.

    But it is a must if you are in Vancouver area and in a good shape.

    You can expect nothing but steep climb, sweat, pulled muscles, dizziness, you can feel out of breath but you will be proud of yourself for making it to the top.

    Good footwear only. Bring enough water and maybe a protein bar or two. Enjoy the views. Take the gondola down.

    One of a kind experience.
    Written 3 August 2022
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  • Andy W
    Lincolnshire, UK101 contributions
    Take the courtesy coach from Canada Place to Grouse Mountain via Stanley Park, . The Skyride cablecar is good value , takes minutes to the summit where you will find cafes, restaurants, shops, viewing platforms,Also , chairlifts, zip wires outdoor play areas, bear enclosure ( we saw 1), There was an excellent birds of prey demo and lumberjack show. All for the price of the Skyride ticket. Highly recommend .It was brilliant .
    Written 24 July 2022
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  • Divyangana Banerjee
    Vancouver, Canada5 contributions
    This was one of my first hikes in Vancouver, and I have done it multiple times over the past few years. The hike is simple with steps to guide you through. It is free and great for friends, families, pets and even the elderly.
    In the end, the view is beautiful and peaceful.
    Written 9 September 2020
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  • pd0mi
    Toronto, Canada26 contributions
    - Best view in Vancouver, didn't even look real
    - Quiet area with not many tourists
    - I hiked from Capilano Bridge to the Cleveland Dam and it was great
    Written 6 August 2022
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  • Sharon F
    North Vancouver, Canada21 contributions
    If you are looking for an activity that brings you close to nature, but don’t want it to be to strenuous, this is a great choice. You can learn about salmon lifecycles, at certain times of the year you can watch salmon jump up the fish ladder, and there are nice views of the Capilano River. You can access walking trails nearby and there is lots of parking. Nearby attractions include Cleveland Dam, also free, and paid attractions such as the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain.
    Written 1 February 2020
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  • sashakeena
    Vancouver, Canada11,295 contributions
    COVID Safe, however the foot traffic & visitors have been very limited, which affects the businesses. Still recommend going to enjoy the shops and the view of the inner harbour.
    Written 23 May 2021
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  • Julie C
    Wirral, UK62 contributions
    We had a fab day out on Mount Seymour with our grown up family. I think me and hubby were the oldest snow tubers on the day and provided great amusement to everyone as we struggled on and off the tubes but we had a ball. It cost $29 per person for 2 hours and you get a brief safety talk before your session. Once at the bottom of the run you can hook up your tube to a line and get pulled to the top of the run. It’s a fantastic day out for all and well organised.
    Written 3 February 2021
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  • Sharon I
    Brisbane, Australia58 contributions
    Another free visit. the park is not far from the Capilano suspension bridge.
    it is a beautiful place.
    The forests were beautiful with the leaves just starting to change color
    A very pleasant stop on the way to Grouse Mountain
    Written 14 November 2019
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  • Melanie E
    Canada1,889 contributions
    I visited this little hidden gem for the first time and enjoyed it. There’s something for everyone from kids to anglers. The kids’ playground is fairly big and decent. There’s a pay at the meter for people launching their boats. A nice place for kayaking too. Plus there’s walking trails nearby.

    A great place for gatherings with picnic benches and washrooms. Located off the Dollarton Hwy.
    Written 19 April 2022
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