Lynn Canyon Park and Suspension Bridge
Lynn Canyon Park in North Vancouver features many hiking trails and an admission free suspension bridge
Lynn Canyon Park offers a rugged west coast landscape nestled into the southern slopes of the north shore mountains. Lynn Creek drops rapidly through the canyon and there are a number of pools popular for swimming. There are also many walking and hiking trails that run through the park.
One of the popular draws of the park for both locals and tourists is the 'people only' Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge built in 1912 which spans between two trails 50 meters above the waters of Lynn Creek. While this bridge is not as long or high above the water as the Capilano Suspension Bridge it does sway and bounce more so it is quite thrilling to cross. It is also completely free which is a nice bonus. The bridge is regularly maintained by the Municipality of North Vancouver which also operates the park.
Other activities in the park include hiking and picnicking. During the summer months there are guided nature walks also available in the park. If you get the munchies you can visit Lynn Canyon Cafe located near the suspension bridge.
For more information on Lynn Canyon Park and Suspension Bridge see the Official Website: Lynn Canyon Park and Suspension Bridge