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We really liked this place a lot. It’s better than the other suspension bridge places. A lot less traffic. This has much more of a local feel to it than a tourist trap. That’s a real plus for us. Additionally, my son was able to...More
We only had a few days in Vancouver, and we wanted to take in some "nature." Read up on Capilano and reviews said it was great but crowded. Capilana has a fee, while Lynn Canyon is free (even free parking). We opted for Lynn Canyon....More
We loved this park. We took a 4-hour-long hike the got us near a lovely waterfall. It was a scorching day but the trails were mainly shaded by trees and it made it comfortable. As it was Saturday, we thought it would be packed with...More
Visited on a drizzly day in June and enjoyed it very much. On advice of TA reviews skipped Capilano so can't compare. From the suspension bridge you can see beautiful falls, and deep pools. Took a 3 mile loop trail and saw other clear pools...More
Lynn Canyon offers a nice getaway from Vancouver. Perfect for a day off to break the week. Of course a little crowded but honestly livable.
Water is very cold but it's nice and refreshing!
Suspension bridge is ok. Nothing I would pay to see! 😅
We decided to check out Lynn Canyon as an alternative to the other suspension bridge. It was a bit more crowded than we expected but a nice walk from the bus stop brought us to the center of the park. We hiked a loop to...More
Did not see any in April. They would be around after hibernation. Park is well maintained and park employees are around and did not see any trash that would attract them. To be shure please check with BC parks department.