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Consistently voted among the best cities in the world to live in, Vancouver is visually stunning, from its snow-capped mountains to its sandy beaches on the edge of Pacific waters. Despite its laid-back culture, there is a genuine fizz of creative energy, which can be seen in the constant building work and artistic endeavour across the city, not least in its kitchens. This young city has much to offer everyone, from shopping to skiing, to just sightseeing, plain and simple.

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Lynn Canyon Park

Lynn Canyon Park

Locals' Pick Visit a temperate rainforest

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Visit a temperate rainforest Editors' Note

Suspension bridges are always a big attraction and since the one at Lynn Canyon Park is free, you’ll want to check it out while in Vancouver. The park covers 616 acres and is full of hiking trails. If you’ve never hiked in a temperate rain-forest, it’s a very green experience.

Check out the 30 foot pool where you can dip your toes, or walk the wooden bridge over Twin Falls. It’s a good place to relax with the kids and let them run off some energy. There is also an eco-center which features programs and information about the area, including history and ecological information.

Lynn Canyon Park
3663 Park Road, V7J 3G3 Vancouver
Ecology Center: 10am-5pm daily Lynn Canyon Park: Spring: 7 am to 7 pm Summer: 7 am to 9 pm Fall: 7 am to 7 pm Winter: 7 am to dusk