Cross a suspension bridge with stunning waterfalls views
Enjoy cedar tea and maple salmon on the rivers edge
Explore like a local on lesser known trails
Eco-Adventure through a rugged west coast canyon
Accessible by transit and great for all activity levels
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided hike of Lynn Canyon
Maple Salmon & Cedar Tea
No pick-up or drop-off provided - accessible by transit
What you can expect
Escape on a hike through mossy forests and fern beds, across a suspension bridge, floating hundreds of feet above a creek and enjoy stunning views of waterfalls, with a very west coast vibe. As we weaves our way on a path less traveled, we will stop alongside the river to pools that offer perfect picnic stops to enjoy temperate rainforest of Vancouver.
We begin our journey on the world renown Baden Powell Trail, as we follow its winding path through a forest of towering trees Lynn Creek appears alongside us. This trail will deliver us to the Suspension Bridge giving us the chance to gaze into the canyon below taking in the impressive waterfalls from a bird's eye view. The east side of the creek sits above the canyon in a more mature forest and delivers us to Twin Falls a smaller double waterfall. After a short climb up some stairs, we return to the Suspension Bridge on route to a river beach to enjoy a little Cedar tea and nibble on candied salmon. Our journey is approximately 3.5km in length and includes short sections with well made wooden steps. The walk is a beautiful figure 8 loop helping us to capture the magic of the canyon while seeing new terrain throughout.