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Lynn Canyon Park

Lynn Canyon Park

4.6/564 Reviews
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"Lynn Canyon Park, also known as Suspension Bridge Park, ranks second in Vancouver Parks. It is located in North Vancouver. If you take a car, I take the expo line and get off at the penultimate stop in the direction of water front. Come out and take bus 210 at bay2. At the terminal station, walk more than a hundred meters to a side entrance of the park. From this entrance, you can visit the pipeline bridge first. Then the foot pools, then to the suspension bridge. After the suspension bridge, there are restrooms and food sellers. You can take a break and then go to the twin falls bridge to the left. There are many stairs to go down. The stairs in Canadian parks are all made of wood. The water under the twin falls bridge is more beautiful. There are fewer people who visit this bridge. Generally, you will go back after you finish the suspension bridge. Suspension Bridge Park, that is, Lynn Canyon Park, apart from several bridges and foot pools, there are tracts of virgin forest. The trees are tall and straight, making people hard to see. The water in the foot pools is so clear that you don’t believe it. Yes, it’s not allowed to jump into the pool from high places in the park. I’m afraid of accidents. When I arrived at the pool, a beautiful lady jumped from a high cliff into the pool and then went swimming in the pool. At this time, the water humidity was very low and should not exceed At 10 degrees, I feel cold even without entering the water. There is no need to buy tickets for the park. This park is worth visiting directly. It would be better if the weather is hotter."
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Lighthouse park

4.2/547 Reviews
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Open from 6:30am-10:00pm (Local time)
"The Lighthouse Park in Metro Vancouver is located in West Vancouver, far away from downtown Vancouver. Take the 250 road to Horseshoe Bay at w Georgia St (expo line station) in downtown Vancouver. 42 stops on the bus will do. Because the road is far away, most people don't know how to take a bus. They drive there by themselves. I don't have a car because I'm traveling, and I don't even think about renting a car by myself. The 250 bus arrived at the area close to the Lighthouse Park. It felt quite sparsely populated, like wild mountains and ridges. It was a bit scary. However, this may be the psychology of the Chinese. There are few Canadians, so they are not surprised. After getting off the bus, walk for a section of the road, there will be a lighthouse park sign along the way. Later, when entering the park, the road is gravel and dirt. Before I set off, the leather shoes were polished and the shoes were gray and white, so I went Leather shoes must not be worn in this park. This park is a virgin forest. The park is not the same as other parks in Vancouver. In addition to the towering trees, there are many big rocks, very hard. The park has no grassweeds. After all, it is a virgin forest, just a park. There are trails in there. Follow the trail through the virgin forest and you can see the lighthouse until you reach the sea. You can view the lighthouse from different places. So the play time is very short. There are also city sightseeing spots in the park, and you can see most of Vancouver's city scenery from designated locations. If you have time, it is okay to drive with a friend to take a look." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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