12 Top Things To Do in North Vancouver, BC, Canada
in the Lower Mainland Area of British Columbia.
The Top 12 Things To Do in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada part of the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley B.C. Region.
Suspend Yourself in the Air : Experience the thrill of heights crossing suspension bridges high above raging rivers and canyon gorges.
First Nation Culture and History : There are First Nation dances in ceremonial clothes and masks. There are large totem pole collections. There are First Nation art galleries, gift shops and museums to visit and explore.
Explore a Mountain: The North Shore Mountains behind the community of North Vancouver are home to many adventures year round. One can hike, bike, backpack, horseback and wilderness camp in the summer and then ski, snowboard and snowshoe in the winter.
Wildlife Tours : There are self guided tours and guided air tours exploring the North Shore Mountains. Wildlife sightings include grizzly bears, coyotes, black bears, deer, bobcats, cougars, pine marten and many various bird species.
Explore the Backcountry: Do you like it rough and rugged - pristine and natural? Then suit up for a wilderness experience of a lifetime backpacking and wilderness camping in the backcountry wilderness forests and mountain peaks located in the North Shore Mountains.
Winter Recreation : Snow covered peaks can only mean one thing on the North Shore Mountains - the ski resorts are open for business. Grab your skis and snowboard and plan for some powder snow runs and spills.
Backcountry Snow Fun : Fly to a remote backcountry mountain for a day of skiing and snowboarding some of the finest westcoast, untouched powder snow around.
Cast a Line : Bring your rod and reel and venture out to one of the rivers for steelhead or lakes for trout in the North Shore Mountain region or tow your boat and stay on the coastline and fish for salmon in the ocean.
Paddle and Pick a Route : Do you like to kayak rivers and oceans or do you prefer to paddle glass-like lakes. There are rivers, lakes and oceans to explore all around North Vancouver, BC. Bring your own kayak or canoe... or sign up with a tour or book a rental and go explore.
Pack a Lunch : There are day use picnic sites in many of the parks in North Vancouver, BC. Some are easy access drive to sites while others take some effort and one must hike to the site. There are picnic sites with ocean, lake, river and mountain views. Pick a spot.
Seek Culture, Art and Tradition : Experience the art centre, artisan galleries, First Nation art studios, totem poles, Lonsdale Quay, theatres, concerts, space centre, botanical gardens and fish hatchery.
Hungry for Cuisine : Plan a meal fine dining on the waterfront, romance the spouse or grab a quick take out meal for the family and head off to one of the many picnic day use areas in the North Vancouver region.