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Introduction

There’s something about the great outdoors that just can’t be beat. Whether you’re an avid hiker or simply looking to explore more of Vancouver, we have some incredible hiking trails for you to check out. From mountain peaks with stunning views of the city, to lush forested paths and cascading waterfalls, this list has something for every kind of explorer. Ready your boots and let’s get into it!

1. Grouse Grind

The Grouse Grind is one of Vancouver’s most iconic trails – offering a 2.9 km climb up 853 metres on the peak of Grouse Mountain. It’s considered a bit challenging but totally worth it when you reach the top and are greeted by panoramic views across Vancouver and the North Shore Mountains – plus bragging rights! If you’re already familiar with this trail then why not try out its ‘little brother’, The BCMC Trail? This path follows alongside The Grind before diverging off onto its own route which also leads up to Grouse Mountain as well as Dam Mountain summit viewpoint over Burrard Inlet.

2. Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge

For those who prefer their hikes a little less strenuous there’s always Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge – A popular spot for photographers and nature-lovers alike! Follow along one side (west) or both sides (east) of Lynn Creek in pristine old growth rainforest until arriving at 30 meter high suspension bridge spanning 50 meters across canyon below – definitely worth making time for!

3. Baden Powell Trail

If you’re looking for an all day adventure then look no further than Baden Powell Trail – stretching from Deep Cove all the way down towards Horseshoe Bay covering 47 km in total! Take in breathtaking sights including Indian Arm fjords, majestic snow-capped mountains and forests filled with vibrant flora & fauna as well as numerous creeks/streams providing plenty opportunities for swimming along way if weather permits so don’t forget your swimming suit!

4 Capilano Pacific Trail

Another popular destination amongst locals is Capilano Pacific Trail – A 6km trek located near Cleveland Dam featuring several scenic viewpoints overlooking downtown skyline & Lions Gate bridge while passing through lush coastal temperate rainforest terrain full wildflowers blooming during springtime months too making perfect spot picnic lunch break after few hours exploring area around dam itself or nearby Ambleside park/beach located beneath Sea To Sky Highway…

5 Whyte Lake Loop

Next on our list is whyte lake loop; Located within Cypress Provincial Park just West Of Downtown Vancouver lies picturesque 4 kilometer hike around crystal clear alpine lakes surrounded towering evergreen trees magnificent backdrop mountaintops visible far away distance even during winter season when snow caps surrounding peaks like icing cake!. Plus added bonus being able enjoy some fantastic fishing spots closeby make sure bring your rod tackle box take advantage these opportunities.. . . .. . . .. .. …. …… ………… ………………… ……………………. ………………….. ………. ………….. …………. ………. ……… …… ……. …… …………. ………. ………….. ………… ……… … … .. .. . .

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