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What you should know about North Vancouver

Delivering some of the most diverse and exhilarating open-air entertainment and activities available, North Vancouver is a key vacation destination for thrill-seekers and outdoor adventurers. From biking, kayaking, hiking, and paragliding, to snowboarding, zip lining, and skiing, North Vancouver offers a boundless array of outdoor pursuits to thrill all active outdoors enthusiasts, whatever the season. Better still, a short ride on the scenic SeaBus means you can be in the hustle and bustle of Downtown in just 15 minutes.

Hotels in North Vancouver


Upscale Bed and Breakfasts in North Vancouver come in the shape of the ThistleDown House. Its traditional style decor, cozy guest rooms, and home-cooked breakfasts have secured a place in the hearts of reviewers. Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier is a North Vancouver 4-star hotel that comes highly recommended thanks to its wonderfully peaceful mountain and sea view rooms, and well-appointed amenities including mini-fridges, coffee machines, microwaves, and free WiFi. Guests can also enjoy the on-site restaurant, pool, and sauna. This luxury hotel in North Vancouver has a great location and is close to the SeaBus that takes you downtown. 

Things to do in North Vancouver


Deep in the mountains where wildlife and adventure abound, North Vancouver is packed with entertainment that’ll keep outdoor adventurers happy. Board Grouse Mountain’s aerial tramway for a winding trip to the summit for some real fun. A hotspot for all-season activities, summer months deliver scenic hikes, falconry demonstrations, zip lining, paragliding, and close encounters with the grizzly bears and wolves housed in the wildlife refuge. Come winter, you can enjoy ice-skating, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, and skiing. The Capilano Suspension Bridge, set amongst unbeatable rainforest scenery, is not for the faint hearted but once you’ve reached the top, expect nature trails and forestry shows. Go on a treetop adventure and admire the stunning views as you make your way across elevated bridges suspended between the trees. The Lonsdale Quay Market is packed with quirky stalls and plenty of places to eat and drink. It’s a great place to mingle with the locals and a key location for summer festivals.

Good for outdoor adventurers


An amazing place to experience exhilarating and active pursuits, staying in a North Vancouver hotel puts you right where the action is. Boasting wilderness, wildlife, mountains, lakes, scenic views, and open-air activities, this neighborhood is full of fun and adventure. Ideally located for high-octane action, it also offers travelers plenty of opportunities to enjoy more traditional pastimes, like shopping at Lonsdale Quay, Capilano Mall, and The Park and Tilford Shopping Centre. Better still, should the mood for late-night partying in a vibrant district take your fancy, hop on the SeaBus and be in downtown Vancouver in just 15 minutes from your North Vancouver accommodation!

How to get to North Vancouver


Vancouver International Airport is just 15 miles from North Vancouver. Jumping into a cab to make the 30-minute journey might be tempting, but the British Columbia Rapid Transit Company from the Airport Station to Waterfront Station on the Canada Line is an inexpensive and speedy alternative. The journey takes just 25 minutes and it’s a direct route from the airport, with trains departing every 10 minutes. North Vancouver isn’t very easy to navigate using public transportation, so hiring a car from one of the airport rental firms may be a better solution for travelers wanting easy access to the key sites of the neighborhood.

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