4 out of 5 - 4 reviews

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Sameera from Toronto writes:

We were visiting Vancouver and randomly decided to take the Seabus, then randomly decided to take the 228 to Lynn Valley. We saw the Lynn Canyon on the map and just went. It was something incredible. The walk was easy, and there are several spots where you can stop and admire the rapids. The trees are gorgeous and majestic, and the Suspension bridge was the first we've been on and truly a thing to marvel. The bridge over Twin Falls felt magical. We were there later in the day on a Monday, and were basically alone on the bridge. It felt like a truly mystical and connecting experience. The sound alone will shift you to a different mindset.

    Posted: May 16, 2018 12:13:26 PM PST

    Sam Chow from Vancouver writes:

    I went there on 01/06/2018. It was cloudy and little rainy. However, the view was incredible, and the hike was easy and worthy!

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      Posted: January 6, 2018 04:51:07 PM PST

      Dana from North Vancouver writes:

      Short, easy walk with lovely views and some impressive large trees. Gets busy on weekends and during the summer.
      One of my favourite short walks!

        Posted: July 29, 2017 11:05:01 AM PST

        Danica from Coquitlam writes:

        Pretty hike, the falls aren't too large. However, it took only 30min to complete at a moderate pace.

          Posted: November 27, 2016 08:12:36 PM PST

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