North Vancouver Travel Guide

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North Vancouver is located approximately 8 km north of the downtown core of Vancouver. Access to North Vancouver is usually via the Lion's Gate Bridge or the Second Narrows Bridge (also called the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge) by car, or by Seabus for foot passengers. Many travellers come to North Vancouver to visit the Capilano salmon hatchery, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, or to take the Skyride to the top of Grouse Mountain.  Travellers can also go to Horseshoe Bay by bus where ferries depart for Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and many of the Gulf Islands.

The North Shore (North Vancouver and West Vancouver) abounds with activities and attractions including three local ski and snowboarding mountains including Cypress Mountain, Grouse Mountain, and Mt. Seymour.  Park Royal, located in West Vancouver, is one of the premiere shopping centres in Vancouver and Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver is a tourist haven.  Located at the foot of busy Lonsdale Avenue, Lonsdale Quay and the many local shops and restaurants is an excellent area to visit and relax while enjoying a visit to the Lower Mainland.

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June 18, 2007 change by stephenjoyce

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