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West Vancouver

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West Vancouver is home to nearly 110 parks that occupy 410ha/1,013ac, and this city has more waterfront parks per capita than any other Metro Vancouver community.

In neighbouring North Vancouver (also part of Vancouver’s North Shore), there are nearly 50 city parks and close to 100 district parks.

Explore trails and admire magnificent old-growth forest in mountainous provincial parks such as Cypress and Mount Seymour. Ambleside Park has sandy beaches for strolling, and Lighthouse Park offers easy trails through the forest. Ferry-goers can relax at Horseshoe Bay Park.

Nearby, parks in North Vancouver include a skate park, water park, Capilano River Regional Park, Lynn Canyon Park, Cates Park and more.

Cypress Provincial Park

Covering 3,012ha/7,413ac, Cypress Provincial Park has some great backcountry hiking. Explore the subalpine meadows and marsh ecosystem along the Yew Trail, or try the Four Lakes Loop. Experienced hikers can attempt the rugged challenge of the 29km/18mi (one-way) Howe Sound Crest Trail. This is also the home of Cypress Mountain ski resort.

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Cypress Provincial Park - Vancouver

Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Cypress offers towering North Shore Mountains that form a backdrop to the bustling city of Vancouver. Outdoor recreationists can enjoy hiking & sightseeing, photography, wilderness camping, mountain biking (in limited areas), skiing & other snow-related activities.

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Mount Seymour Provincial Park - North Vancouver

Mount Seymour Provincial Park
North Vancouver, British Columbia
V7P 3B4
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

The park offers many trails of various lengths & difficulty for hikers & mountain bikers with viewpoints overlooking the city of Vancouver. There are opportunities for bird & wildlife viewing, along with day-use picnicking & skiing/snowshoeing winter activities.

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Peace Arch Provincial Park - Surrey

Junction Of Hwy 99 And Interstate 5
Surrey, British Columbia
V5T 1V9
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Peace Arch Provincial Park straddles the 49th parallel & commemorates a lasting peace between Canada & the USA. Its beautiful lawns & gardens provide opportunities for walking, indoor & outdoor picnicking & a playground for children.

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ACT Adventures - Vancouver

Toll-free
Phone604-916-2381

For the Wildlife Enthusiast to the Adrenaline Junkie...

Are you looking for an outdoor experience at your pace, without the burden of large groups? Then let ACT Adventures custom design you the experience of a lifetime!

Maybe you'd like a two-day hiking/camping adventure in the mountains to see majestic lakes, glaciers & waterfalls, a day trip in the forest in search of elusive wild animals, like bears & deer, or maybe an eco-friendly camping holiday. For the adrenaline infused adventure we can include ziplining, bungee jumping, etc. We plan your adventure, your way. Includes transportation, meals, accommodations, guides & more!

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Burnaby Village Museum - Burnaby

6501 Deer Lake Ave
Burnaby, British Columbia
V5G 3T6
Toll-free
Phone604-297-4565

Where history comes to life. Stroll down the streets of our 1920s village exploring the heritage & replica buildings. Period costumed townsfolk give demonstrations in the homes, businesses & shops: watch the blacksmith at forge, listen to the rhythm of the platen press, mind the teacher in the schoolhouse, catch an old movie in the theatre & hear stories about the Love family and their Farmhouse. Be sure to take in the elegance of the Interurban #1223; a mode of transportation ahead of its time. A ride on the 1912 CW Parker Carousel is sure to please both the young and the young at heart. The village grounds include gardens, and grassy meadow and fish-bearing brook.

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