Tucked between mountains in North Vancouver, Lynn Valley is a lush, pretty neighbourhood thickly bordered by parks and forest. Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, connected to the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, has its own attractions: from fishing at peaceful Rice Lake to trails that link up with this section of the North Shore spiderweb of walkways called the Baden Powell trail.
Lynn Canyon Park is home to the spectacular second-growth rainforest and offers a range of hiking trails for all abilities. The Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge sways high above Lynn Creek and offers a rustic and jiggling adventure, and be sure to check out the informative, interactive displays at the Ecology Centre.
Be sure to visit the End of the Line General Store, at the top of Lynn Valley Road close to the entrance to Lynn Headwaters. It’s full of historic pictures of the area and local souvenirs. Located at the top of Lynn Valley, this charming general store has a café and deli. Grab a coffee or something to eat before or after your outdoor activity in one of the three parks, which converge only steps away. The store also features local art and souvenirs.
At Lynn Valley Centre you’ll find a village plaza with a variety of charming shops.
Lynn Valley Village is home to a village plaza with a variety of charming shops. Delany’s Coffee House, a popular spot for coffee and treats. Nearby you will also find Waves Coffee and Starbucks. Restaurants in the Village include Brown’s, Valley Sushi and Papa John’s pizza or grab a Booster Juice. Satisfy your inner foodie at Nourish Market. You can also visit the public library.
Lynn Valley Village hosts the popular Live in Lynn Valley Village free concert on Friday evenings in July and August.