Door 366 locals aangeraden ·
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1200-metre mountain offering activities such as skiing & hiking plus sweeping views of Vancouver.
Take the gondola to the top for amazing views, a great restaurant and grizzly bears!
It’s a perfect local mountain for skiing and lots of activities for kids and adults in the summer time.
On a clear weather, you will be able to see the whole city with ocean view, very special.
If your feeling sporty hike to the top via the Grouse Grind or the easier route or just take the Gondola ride up and catch a birds eye view of Vancouver
Grouse Mountain is one of the North Shore Mountains of the Pacific Ranges in the District Municipality of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. With a maximum elevation of over 1,200 m (4,100 feet) at its peak, the mountain is the site of an alpine ski area, Grouse Mountain Resort, which…
Snowboard, snowshoe, or take the gondola up and walk around at the top of the mountain.
In both winter and summer, Grouse Mountain offers an unmatched panorama in clear weather. That's especially so in the evenings when the city lights are on. A gondola operates daily running from street level to the summit, where dining, activities, and wildlife await mountaintop explorers year-round…
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“Ride bikes around Stanley park (counter clockwise only) and if the weather is nice stop at Third Beach for a late afternoon swim. Used to be the best concession in the park - perhaps still is? grilled onions on your veggie/hotdogs?”
- Door 1093 locals aangeraden
“It's touristy but... it is one of the "to dos" on the North Vancouver list. Originally built in 1889, Capilano Suspension Bridge stretches 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River. CLIFFWALK is the park’s newest attraction for adrenaline junkies – a cantilevered walkway clinging to the cliff high above Capilano Canyon. Treetops Adventure, seven suspension bridges through the evergreens taking you up to 100 feet (30m) above the forest floor, offers a unique squirrel’s eye perspective of the forest." Cliff House restaurant offers local fare, craft brews and BC wines with a view of the canyon. In December there are lots of Christmas lights and evening seasonal activities. ”
- Door 159 locals aangeraden
“Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2020 exhibition highlights include: Rhythm, Rapture and the Tree of Life: Emily Carr and Her Contemporaries – to June 28, 2020 Shuvinai Ashoona: Mapping Worlds – February 22 to May 24, 2020 Lineages and land bases – February 22 – May 24, 2020 Modern in the Making: Post-war Craft and Design in British Columbia – April 10 – September 20, 2020 The Tin Man was a Dreamer: Allegories, Poetics and Performances of Power - March 21 – August 23, 2020 Victor Vasarely: Sharing Forms – June 27-October 18, 2020”
- Door 394 locals aangeraden
“Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood, Gastown grew from a single tavern founded by John ‘Gassy Jack’ Deighton back in 1867. Today, the district retains its historic charm and independent spirit. Victorian architecture houses a thriving fashion scene, impeccably curated décor boutiques, one-of-a-kind galleries and some of the best culinary fare in Vancouver. It’s a gathering place for stylish locals and an ideal neighbourhood to explore on foot. Gastown is a neighbourhood that seamlessly combines old with new, history with the way forward. An essential part of Vancouver’s history, a visit to Gastown should include a stroll along Water Street, where you’ll find a picture-perfect collection of old buildings, cobblestones, the Steam Clock, and vintage lampposts. Continue to the end of Water Street to visit a statue of the man who started it all, Gassy Jack Deighton. Architecture and history buffs can take organized walking tours of the area to further explore. Get a bird’s eye view of the area from the Vancouver Lookout, which rises 167-metres (548-feet) to give visitors a 360˚ panorama of the city.”
- Door 443 locals aangeraden
“The Arts and Cultural center of Vancouver. There's an awesome market, loads of theatres and art shops, and beautiful views of the city. Busy on weekends.”
- Door 505 locals aangeraden