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The hike to Kennedy Falls in North Vancouver has several key selling points, including being relatively unknown and having a few incredible landmarks. Vancouver Hiking, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Columbia Travel, Best Hikes, Hiking Trails, Time Travel, Day Trips, The Great Outdoors

Kennedy Falls and Big Cedar Trail Hike in North Vancouver

The hike to Kennedy Creek Falls in North Vancouver has several key selling points. Firstly, its a relatively unknown spot and you can avoid crowds. Secondly, you have several options about the exact route you take (if Lynn Creek is low enough you can make this hike a loop from a few different spots). And thirdly, it features two incredible landmarks.

Brandywine Falls is a 70 m waterfall and an iconic landmark along the Sea to Sky Highway, located between Whistler and Squamish. It is a popular hike. Brandywine Falls, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Sea To Sky Highway, Best Hikes, Whistler, Parking Lot, British Columbia, Road Trips

Brandywine Falls Hike near Whistler

Brandywine Falls is an iconic landmark along the Sea to Sky Highway, located in Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. It is located just 20 minutes south of Whistler and 30 minutes north of Squamish. To reach the waterfall, it is a quick and easy hike on flat terrain.

Eagle Bluffs near Black Mountain in Cypress Provincial Park is considered by many to be the best view in Vancouver. Bowen Island, Black Mountain, Canada, Mountain Hiking, Best Hikes, Holiday Destinations, Nice View, British Columbia, Adventure Time

Eagle Bluffs and Black Mountain Hike in West Vancouver

Eagle Bluffs near Black Mountain in Cypress Provincial Park is considered by many the best vantage point on Vancouver’s North Shore. Perched on the rocky bluffs you have jaw-dropping views of Howe Sound, Bowen Island, Eagle Harbour, Vancouver, Point Roberts, Mount Baker, and beyond. The hike to Eagle Bluffs also takes you to the two summits of Black Mountain, and offers a chance to see, or even swim in, the beautiful Cabin Lake

The Dog Mountain winter trail is a great snowshoe trail in Mount Seymour Provincial Park, North Van. Here is everything you need to know about the trail. Trail Guide, Snowshoe, Guide Dog, North Vancouver, Best Hikes, Winter Months, Awkward, Great Places, Trek

Dog Mountain Snowshoe Trail in North Vancouver

Dog Mountain is a great snowshoe trail in Mount Seymour Provincial Park. The trek is fairly easy, and as such is a great place to head for a comfortable trek during the winter months. The trail has some ups and downs along with the odd awkward section, but overall this is a flat and beginner-friendly snowshoe trail.

Cypress Falls Park is a lesser known, yet impressive area of forest in West Vancouver. A walk through the trails of Cypress Falls Park takes you among some o. Vancouver Photos, Falls Park, Park Trails, Autumn Park, Big Tree, Photo Location, North Shore, Lighthouse, Hiking

Cypress Falls Hike in West Vancouver

Cypress Falls Park is a lesser known, yet impressive area of forest in West Vancouver. A walk through the trails of Cypress Falls Park takes you amongst some of the biggest trees you can find on the North Shore. The 300+ year old giants are rivalled only by the trees of nearby Lighthouse Park. As Cypress Falls Park sits at a lower elevation, this hike is accessible year-round and is family-friendly.

Bridal Veil Falls is a beautiful and iconic waterfall in the Fraser Valley. Bridal Falls is a popular tourist spot and a great place to pull over and stretch your legs during a drive along Highway 1 in Chilliwack. Fraser Valley, Family Outing, Tourist Spots, Highway 1, Great Places, Veil, Vancouver, Waterfall, Hiking

Bridal Veil Falls Hike in Chilliwack

Bridal Veil Falls is a beautiful and iconic waterfall in the Fraser Valley. Bridal Falls is a popular tourist spot and a great place to pull over and stretch your legs during a drive along Highway 1 in Chilliwack.

Crystal Falls is an easy hike through a pleasant forest in Coquitlam. It's a great hike to bring the kids and dogs on and can be hiked year-round. Hot Days, Shallow, Pools, Dip, Bathing, Waterfall, Hiking, Swimming, River

Crystal Falls Hike in Coquitlam [Closed]

Crystal Falls is an easy 6 km hike in Coquitlam which takes you up alongside the Upper Coquitlam River. The hike ends up at the scenic Crystal Falls waterfall on Pritchett Creek. This hike is at a low elevation and can be hiked year-round. But hiking in the summer gives you the chance to bring your bathing suit to swim in the river or take a dip in the canyon pools just above Crystal Falls. The water is shallow through most of the Coquitlam River and Pritchett Creek. On a hot day a dip in…