The North Shore is the world’s more scenic city. In a city like North Vancouver, you can go skiing, snowboard and golfing. If you are looking to ski or board look no further. The North Shore offers Cypress Mountain, Grouse Mountain and Mt Seymour for all your downhill ski and snowboard terrain for all levels.
If you love water activities, the North Shore has it all from ocean to streams. Visit the Deep Cove Canoe & Kayak Centre for all your kayaking and canoeing needs. You can also try standup paddleboards as well as surf skis. Also, Cover Watersports is BC’s largest wakeboard and Waterski School operating in the Deep Cove, North Vancouver. Lastly, Sea to Sky Kayak Center offers lessons and tours for whitewater and ocean kayaking
North Vancouver offers nature at its finest. A few trails to check out in the North Shore are Baden Powel Trail, Grouse Grind and Lynn Canyon Park.
The city of North Vancouver is a waterfront beauty. It is essential to visit the popular docks and piers in North Vancouver. The Burrad Dry Dock Pier is a signature landmark and the City’s largest pier at 700 ft. long. It is located at the end of Lonsdale, the pier has speculator views to offer. You will have 360-degree views of the North Shore and Vancouver skylines. St. Roch Dock can accommodate smaller vessels such as harbor tours, water taxis and smaller pleasure crafts. This dock is first come first basis, always important to get your moorage agreement ready. Lastly, Goldsworthy Pier is a must see. Goldsworthy Pier is located at the end of Waterfront Park and is one of the smallest docks. This dock is most suitable for small boats and moorage agreement is required for moorage longer than three hours.
The Shipyards firs opened as Wallace Shipyards in 1906 and grew into the most impressive industrial operations in western Canada before shutting down in 1992. The Shipyards has been transformed into a public place and event venue. It a must see. You will see where hundreds of women and men worked from 1906 to 1992.
Shop fresh and local at North Shore’s waterfront market and shops. The Lonsdale Quay Market has more than 80 specialty shops and services. This market will have fresh food from the local products as well as an international food court to cater to all taste buds, shops with local designers, a play area for the kids and a boutique hotel. If you are looking for a shopping experience with larger department stores, visit the Capliano Mall. The Capilano Mall feature 75 stores. This is the prime-shopping destination for residents of the North Shore.