North Vancouver Tour “B”

Leaving the beautiful downtown we will cross over the Lions Gate Bridge to the gorgeous North Shore where we will visit the serenity5 of the West Coast rainforest.

We will go through Horseshoe Bay, a panoramic fishing town that homes one of our Ferry terminals, on our way to Whytecliff Park, one of the favorite local beauties of West Vancouver. It is found on the corner of the Howe Sound where you can see spectacular views of the mountains, the fjords, and the open ocean. The waters of the Park became Canada’s first Salt Water Marine Protected Area in 1993 and now are famous for incredible scuba diving. After spending some time there we will then head up to Cypress Mountain Lookout. Here you will have spectacular views of downtown Vancouver, with some of its suburbs, to the south you will be able to see the mountains in Washington State, and to the west you can see Vancouver Island. Afterwards we will head towards the Cleveland Dam. This dam holds a water reservoir that feeds a third of all of the drinking water to all of Vancouver. The views from there with the mountains surrounding it and the Lion Peaks as a back drop will create a picture perfect place. We will then head to Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge. This Bridge is found in the Lynn Canyon Park as it sways 50 meters above the canyon and it was first built in 1912. The Park is 617 acres and it has a second growth forest with most of the trees aged around 80 to 100 years old.




Lions Gate Bridge



This Bridge is the entrance to the Port of Vancouver, built between 1937 to 1938 it has become a landmark of Vancouver.

Whytecliff Park



Located in the beautiful corner of the Howe Sound, the views are a combination of ocean, mountains and sky.

Cypress Mountain Lookout



One of the most beautiful views of Vancouver and its surroundings.

Cleveland Dam



One of the water reservoirs that provide the drinking water to Vancouver. The combination of the lake and the mountains will remain in your mind forever.

Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge



This is a small suspension bridge that will really test your sense of adventure surrounded by 80 to 100 year old trees.



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