This past weekend we experienced some spectacular weather here in Vancouver and so my boyfriend and I went on a hike - something that all Vancouverites love to do especially when it's sunny. There's nothing like being outdoors, blanketed by forest and surrounded by the sounds of gentle water rushing by. We headed over to North Vancouver towards Capilano Canyon, where most of Vancouver's world renowned drinking water flows into our reservoirs.
Capilano Canyon is one of four canyons in the Vancouver area and is accessible through Capilano River Regional Park. There are numerous hiking trails here varying in difficulty and distance and we took a 3 km trail with moderate difficulty. What's great is that most of the trails are blanketed by rainforest and so even in the summer, you're cooled and protected from the searing sun.
Check out the pictures from my hike below!