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West Vancouver

Kayaking & Canoeing

Family kayaking (Dave Heath photo)

Family kayaking (Dave Heath photo)

Creating an optimal environment for a kayaking adventure, the sparkling, sheltered waters off Vancouver's North Shore are picturesquely framed by massive coastal mountains, and abound with sightings of animals, birds, and marine life.

Go for a tranquil paddle in Deep Cove and the adjoining Indian Arm, just a 20-minute drive from downtown Vancouver. Or explore the waters of Howe Sound from West Vancouver's Horseshoe Bay.

Kayaking in Deep Cove & Indian Arm

Scintillating natural beauty awaits kayakers in Deep Cove, whose namesake neighbourhood lies on the eastern shores of North Vancouver. Indian Arm, extending to the north, is an 18km/11mi fjord that traditionally fell within the territory of the Tseil-Waututh Aboriginal people, flanked by Mount Seymour Provincial Park to the west and Indian Arm Provincial Park to the east.

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