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    1700 Mt Seymour Rd

    Discover the joys of skiing and snowboarding on Mount Seymour. First-time lessons are a bargain compared to big resorts, and you can rent the ...

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    175 1st St E

    The Rusty Gull Neighborhood Pub is just a short SeaBus ride from downtown . The relatively small bar is decorated with paraphernalia from the shipyards of North Vancouver. It has a view ...

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    5077 Dam Road

    Hike or drive from the Capilano Suspension Bridge to take a guided tour of this immense edifice that captures and stores the region's water supply. Surrounded by lush forest and ...

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    4500 Capilano Park Rd

    If you are in Capilano River Regional Park, follow the signs to Capilano Fish Hatchery. This facility produces three million salmon each year. There are display aquariums, adult fish ...

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    6578 Acorn Rd

    Visiting this city requires that you spend at least one day experiencing the nearby natural sights. Naturalist and former chef Manfred Scholermann and his staff give a walking tour ...

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    1301 Lillooet St

    This 5,668-hectare (14,005.9-acre) area of dense and gorgeous temperate rain forest lies right outside downtown's northern perimeter. Hike, bike, picnic, or tour this magnificent and accessible reserve for an entire day ...

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    405 Seymour River Pl

    5 acres (2 hectares) of farm-park with over 200 domestic farm animals and birds will delight the entire family. Feed the bunnies and birds, watch the ...

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    Ross Rd

    Opened in 1912, the Lynn Canyon Park covers an area of about 250 hectares (617 acres). A respite from the grey jungle of the city, this park is home to century year old trees ...

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    Lonsdale Ave

    Lonsdale Quay is a major landmark that connects the entire transport network of North Vancouver. Besides, this place is also famous for the Lonsdale Quay Market which is constantly brimming with ...

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    North Vancouver

    Mount Seymour is located in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia. It is a popular hiking area and is named in honor of Frederick Seymour, second governor of the Colony ...