Information

The Ecology Centre is Open!

The Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre is open daily from noon to 4 pm. Please call 604-990-3755 to book your 30 minute visit at the Ecology Centre. Walk in visits are accepted if space is available. Masks are required for ages 2 and up, unless you have a medical exemption.

The Suspension Bridge Remains Closed

The Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge will remain closed throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The Lynn Canyon Cafe is also closed.

Visit DNV.ORG for updates on closures.

Lynn Canyon Park

617 Acres of Forest

Lynn Canyon Park officially opened to the public in 1912 and has been a popular destination among tourists and local residents ever since. Lynn Canyon Park is a great location for a family picnic, a leisurely hike, or a refreshing swim in one of the many popular swimming holes.

Lynn Canyon Park has grown from 12 acres in its early years to 617 acres today. Lynn Canyon Park contains second growth forest with most of the trees aged approximately 80 to 100 years old.

Lynn Canyon Park features a suspension bridge that sways 50 meters above the canyon. It was built privately in 1912 when the park opened. Lynn Canyon also offers a selection of walking and hiking trails that connect to other parks in the region such as Lynn Headwaters, Rice Lake, and Inter River Park.

Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre

The ecology center in Lynn Valley has been a part of Lynn Canyon Park for many years and showcases some historical information about the park. Be sure to make a visit to the ecology center for some great souvenirs, and to catch one of the popular puppet shows in the theatre.

Visit the ecology centre website here.

Join a Historical Story Walk in Lynn Canyon

New to this year’s program is a walk in the old forest in Lynn Canyon Park. Here mountaineering enthusiasts Max and Molly will entertain with tales of daring adventure and rescue in the early days of North Shore mountaineering. Named after Royal British Engineer and North Vancouver resident John Linn, Lynn Canyon Park has welcomed and wowed visitors for over a hundred years. On this walk the audience will be introduced to some of the North Shore’s most adventurous residents – mountaineers, rescue team members, skiers and climbers.

Visit the British Columbia Historical Federation website for more information on story walks

Lynn Canyon Park Hours

The Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge is currently closed. During the winter months dusk falls very early. Use extreme caution and allow plenty of time to return to the park entrance before dark.

Please check with the Ecology Centre at http://dnv.org/ecology for Park Hours

Ecology Centre Hours

Please note the Ecology Centre is closed until further notice due to COVID-19. Please visit DNV.org for updates.