|Natural wooden sculptures in Lynn Canyon Park.|
This weekend's outing we went to Lynn Canyon Park in North Vancouver where we decided to hike up to and around Rice Lake. We crossed the suspension bridge, and then turned right and headed up the mountain. This is the only really steep part of the trail and it's still a fairly easy walk with the kids since it's not steep for very long.
|Rice Lake in the rain/snow/hail.|
|On the trail around the lake.|
After walking around Rice Lake and enjoying the forest scenery there, we headed back down the trails to 30 foot pool by the river, and then back to the suspension bridge. It made for a good day out, even though we all forgot to bring mittens and ended up with cold fingers!
- You can find some good directions and trail descriptions at LynnCanyon.ca.
- There are also some good trail maps and trail information at VancouverTrails.com.
- The District of North Vancouver has a nice map of Lynn Canyon Park.
- If you want to take a look at a map of trails in the larger region of Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve where Rice Lake and Lynn Canyon Park are located, this is a great map.