Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, North Vancouver

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Lynn Headwaters Regional Park is an area of North Vancouver, British Columbia, and is the largest of twenty-two regional parks in Metro Vancouver. At 9,216.5 acres (3,729.8 ha), the park boasts a variety of trails for hikers, including easy, intermediate, and challenging. The trails are colour-coded and range from 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) to 21.4 kilometres (13.3 mi). Bikes and dogs are allowed on select trails.

Lynn Headwaters is also home to the BC Mills House, which is a small building near the entrance of the park. The BC Mills House offers information and visual depictions of the natural history and industrial history of the area, including kinds of animals that inhabit the forest and locations of previous mines and logging camps.
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  • We visited Lynn Headwaters Regional Park for a family hike. Our 4 and 7 year old son had fun hiking the trail. A few nice spots to sit on rocks to view the water. Trail has wooden sections and wooden....  more »
  • Bring the kids, go solo, as a group or a couple. We have visited the park at least 50 times and it is always a fantastic way to spend the day  more »
  • Very cool nature hiking. Several selection of trails with different level of difficulty. Better than capilano and it's free. Better come during sunny day, allocate enough time before sunset, wear appropriate hiking/trailing shoes, bring snacks and water (it's several hours hike, you'll get hungry), relieve yourself first in the toilet at park entrance. Intermediate (blue) trails are not suitable for kids and very old people as it may have steep trails. Lastly, go with your dogs, or friends to chat with during the trip!
  • Well marked trails for both leisurly walk or serious hike. Ample parking. Snow covered for now so walk is quite refreshing with the cold air

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