Lynn Canyon Park

On my recent visit to North Vancouver I had the chance to drop by Lynn Canyon Park, a popular municipal park just a 20-minute bus ride north of Lonsdale Quay. The park features many hiking trails of varying difficulty, and a 50-metre high suspension bridge over Lynn Creek. It is also the largest park in North Van.


One of the many trails in Lynn Canyon.

After a 1-km walk from the bus stop through a quiet residential area, you’ll reach the park entrance and the suspension bridge just nearby. This particular weekend was especially busy due to the good weather, so it’s a good idea to take public transit. There are no entrance fees either, which adds to the park’s popularity.

The trails are well-maintained and lead you on an easy walk to the bottom of the valley where diving into Lynn Creek seems to be a favorite activity with many visitors.

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The Lynn Canyon Cafe near the park entrance.

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On the trail to the bottom of the valley.

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The valley floor at Lynn Creek. Everyone is gathered at the 30-foot pool where you can dive into the creek.

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Brave divers taking the plunge!

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The onset of fall colours.

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Majestic pines line the trail.

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The Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, 50m above the creek.

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Looking down from the bridge, more brave (reckless?) divers.

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