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About North vancouver

One of the biggest cities of the British Columbia region in Canada, North Vancouver is a magnificent natural corner surrounded by water and mountains on three sides. Situated in a local area defined as “the north shore” together with its neighboring city West Vancouver, the city has a rich culture and a colorful history. Even if your trip to North Vancouver starts with a touristic purpose, you can come back as an explorer after coming across the filled route of the city.

The natural texture of North Vancouver is quite appropriate for all the open-air sports. You will also be surprised by the short distance between the stars and the earth in the city, which enables fjord skiing and steep rock climbing for adventurers and provides walking tracks and bicycle paths for miles and miles in the rainforests for those who love calm natural sports. You can go diving and try rowing in North Vancouver full of bays and islands on the shoreline.

The Gondola Hill is the most panoramic point to see the city and beyond the city and has a serenity that leads to forgetting that you are in a metropolis. The most important characteristic of the city is the fact that it is so close to the wild nature while being a crowded metropolis. The Grouse Mountain, also called as the mountainous garden of North Vancouver, is one of the famous places where thousands of tourists take the air tram every year; and in the park zone of Mount Seymour, you can ski in winter and enjoy the nature in summer. There is the Capilano River and a deep canyon surrounding it in the west of the city. The drawbridge above the canyon is among the adrenaline-filled touristic places of North Vancouver and provide thousands of tourists with adventures every year.

The North Vancouver Pier in the dockyard of the city turns into one of the brightest places of the city especially at Christmas. It hosts the Christmas festival during which ships on the water and posts at the dock are illuminated. You can also come across colorful street markets in the square where many concerts are given throughout the year apart from the year-end festivals.

During your trips to North Vancouver, which we can call “the city of green” with its parks and gardens, by air, Vancouver International Airport is the closest airport you can land on and it is 16 kilometers away from the city center. Most comfortably, you can cover this distance by local buses or taxis.

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