Vancouver Hiking Trails RatingThis easy and strikingly beautiful park is yet another locals favourite.  So close to downtown Vancouver at only 30 minutes away, yet you feel as if you are in a remote forest.  There are a few different routes to take and this park is also connected to the Baden Powell Trail which adds to the hiking possibilities. Lynn Canyon Park is its own rainforest world deep in the forest of North Van.

  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProSeveral trails to choose from
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProVery nice suspension bridge
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProBeautiful, deep forest trails
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProLots of waterfalls
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProHidden swimming holes
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProCafe at the trailhead
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProEcology Centre Museum is nice
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProEverything is free!
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ProBeautiful wilderness in the city
  • Vancouver Hiking Trails ConTrail is often muddy

Vancouver Hiking Trails

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Part of the temperate rainforest that stretches from Alaska to Northern California.  Lynn Canyon is filled with second growth, though still impressive, Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedars.  The suspension bridge is much smaller than the popular and expensive Capilano Suspension Bridge, though still impressive.. and free.

There are in fact, several trails in Lynn Canyon Park.  The Twin Falls Loop Trail is a beautiful, 30 minute trail that takes you across the suspension bridge, then Lynn Creek at Twin Falls Bridge and over two waterfalls.

The Thirty Foot Pool Trail is a quick trail across the suspension bridge to the impressive Thirty Foot Pool. The Beaver Trail leads away from the suspension bridge and Twin Falls area of Lynn Canyon and follows the Baden Powell Trail to Lynn Headwaters Regional Park.

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Vancouver Hiking Trails

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Vancouver Hiking Trails

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Squamish Hiking Trails

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Whistler Hiking Trails

Madeley Lake, wrongly named "Powell Lake" on some maps, is a well hidden, though easily drivable lake in beautiful Callaghan Valley. Unlike the terrible ...
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