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Capilano River Regional ParkCapilano River Regional Park227181543http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/PublishingImages/Capilano-River_photo2.gif

 

 

Second Canyon (with rainbow!) at Capilano River Regional Parkhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/Capilano%20River-photo1_JPG.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=3793&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosSecond Canyon (with rainbow!) at Capilano River Regional Park
A viewing platform is a great place for a rest and a snack in Capilano River Regional Parkhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/CapilanoRiver-photo1_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2867&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosA viewing platform is a great place for a rest and a snack in Capilano River Regional ParkA viewing platform is a great place for a rest and a snack in Capilano River Regional Park
A view of Second Canyon from Cleveland Damhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/Capilano%20River-photo2_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=3795&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosA view of Second Canyon from Cleveland Dam
Lush light fills the forest at Capilano River Regional Parkhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/Capilano%20River-photo3_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=3796&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosLush light fills the forest at Capilano River Regional Park
Morning mist on the riverhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/CapilanoRiver-photo3_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2873&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosMorning mist on the riverMorning mist over the river; Capilano River Regional Park
Lady fern and twistedstalk -- two of the native species that flourish in Capilano River Regional Park.http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/Capilano%20River-photo4_JPG.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=3812&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosLady fern and twistedstalk -- two of the native species that flourish in Capilano River Regional Park.
Capilano Lake and The Lions seen from Cleveland Damhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/Capilano%20River-photo5_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=3802&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosCapilano Lake and The Lions seen from Cleveland Dam
A bench along Capilano River beckons passersby.http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/Capilano%20River-photo6_JPG.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=3804&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosA bench along Capilano River beckons passersby.
Second Canyon viewpointhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/CapilanoRiver-photo7_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2877&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosSecond Canyon viewpointLooking into the Capilano River below Cleveland Dam, from second canyon viewpoint
Tall trees in the misthttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/CapilanoRiver-photo10_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2865&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosTall trees in the mistThe dominant forest in Capilano River Regional Park is coastal western hemlock. Some of the tallest trees in the region located only minutes from downtown Vancouver
Winter snow in Capilano River Regional Parkhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/CapilanoRiver-photo11_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2868&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosWinter snow in Capilano River Regional ParkWinter scene with light snow as seen from the pedestrian footbridge overlooking Cable Pool
Bridge along the Capilano Pacific Trail.http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/CapilanoRiver-photo15_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2866&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosBridge along the Capilano Pacific Trail.The Capilano Pacific Trail takes hikers from Cleveland Dam to the mouth of the Capilano River at Park Royal.
A winter walk along Sandown Trailhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/CapilanoRiver-photo21_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2870&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosA winter walk along Sandown TrailWalkers out for a winter stroll along Sandown Trail, lower reaches of Capilano River.

 

 

 

 

Capilano River Regional ParkCapilano River Regional Park-123.11270602949.3468939858http://maps.google.ca/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=49.34689398580,,+-123.11270602900&sll=49.03123,,-122.660834&sspn=0.010608,,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16, http://maps.google.ca/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=49.34689398580,+-123.11270602900&sll=49.03123,-122.660834&sspn=0.010608,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPublications/CapilanoParkMap.pdfhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/PublishingImages/Logos/CapilanoRiverRP.png, Capilano Riverhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPublications/CAP_RP_Trail_Brochure.pdf, Brochure

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capilano Fish Hatchery Closed<div class="ExternalClass28313B0251A84735A97E63AB4D8F5CD3"><p>​Due to COVID-19 public health safety concerns, the Capilano Fish Hatchery is currently closed.<br>As that means the public washrooms inside the hatchery are no longer accessible, there are now portable toilets just outside available for use.<br></p></div>True

 

 

Mindfulness Nature WalkMindfulness Nature Walk<div class="ExternalClass42BC1B255D714B83843CE206F3C99A07"><p>​Slow down, unplug and connect with nature through a guided mindfulness walk. A park naturalist will share ideas to help you experience the calming and healing properties of the rainforest.</p></div>GP0|#3410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15;L0|#03410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15|North Van/West Van;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d314592020-07-19T16:00:00Z
Book a Nature Guide – Wonderful Water – Family ProgramBook a Nature Guide – Wonderful Water – Family Program<div class="ExternalClass996264311AED4D55B082B488E12A7B01"><p>​Book a Nature Guide<br>Ever wonder what a bird is singing about, or what that tree is and who lives in it? Taking a personalized tour of your local Regional Park with our knowledgeable park interpreters is a fun way to learn about animals, forests, ponds, and more.<br>$30 per household (max 6 people)<br>All ages</p><p>Find out where drinking water comes from and follow its journey from the mountains to Capilano River. See, smell and explore life in the rainforest and appreciate how we are all connected to water.</p></div>GP0|#3410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15;L0|#03410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15|North Van/West Van;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d315932020-07-26T17:30:00Z
Book a Nature Guide – Trees – Family ProgramBook a Nature Guide – Trees – Family Program<div class="ExternalClassECF126263D1C40A282A52D4EF5D89A13"><p>​Book a Nature Guide<br>Ever wonder what a bird is singing about, or what that tree is and who lives in it? Taking a personalized tour of your local Regional Park with our knowledgeable park interpreters is a fun way to learn about animals, forests, ponds, and more.<br>$30 per household (max 6 people) per hour<br>All ages</p><p>Trees provide nesting places for eagles, food for squirrels, fresh air for all of us to breathe and much much more. Connect to the magic of these towering giants in our local rainforest. </p></div>GP0|#3410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15;L0|#03410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15|North Van/West Van;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d314652020-07-28T16:00:00Z
Book a Nature Guide – Trees – Family ProgramBook a Nature Guide – Trees – Family Program<div class="ExternalClass62B2768F71DD42C1A4ECE6B7FDC1D572"><p>Book a Nature Guide<br>Ever wonder what a bird is singing about, or what that tree is and who lives in it? Taking a personalized tour of your local Regional Park with our knowledgeable park interpreters is a fun way to learn about animals, forests, ponds, and more.<br>$30 per household (max 6 people) per hour<br>All ages</p><p>Trees provide nesting places for eagles, food for squirrels, fresh air for all of us to breathe and much much more. Connect to the magic of these towering giants in our local rainforest. </p></div>GP0|#3410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15;L0|#03410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15|North Van/West Van;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d314662020-07-28T17:30:00Z
Book a Nature Guide – Trees – Family ProgramBook a Nature Guide – Trees – Family Program<div class="ExternalClass26C59269F38D4790A9809D58254DFCCB"><p>Book a Nature Guide<br>Ever wonder what a bird is singing about, or what that tree is and who lives in it? Taking a personalized tour of your local Regional Park with our knowledgeable park interpreters is a fun way to learn about animals, forests, ponds, and more.<br>$30 per household (max 6 people) per hour<br>All ages</p><p>Trees provide nesting places for eagles, food for squirrels, fresh air for all of us to breathe and much much more. Connect to the magic of these towering giants in our local rainforest. </p></div>GP0|#3410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15;L0|#03410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15|North Van/West Van;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d314672020-07-28T19:00:00Z
Book a Nature Guide – Wonderful Water – Family ProgramBook a Nature Guide – Wonderful Water – Family Program<div class="ExternalClassC4446F1937BD41FDBFDFFD5E6940729F"><p>​Book a Nature Guide<br>Ever wonder what a bird is singing about, or what that tree is and who lives in it? Taking a personalized tour of your local Regional Park with our knowledgeable park interpreters is a fun way to learn about animals, forests, ponds, and more.<br>$30 per household (max 6 people) <br>All ages</p><p>Find out where drinking water comes from and follow its journey from the mountains to Capilano River. See, smell and explore life in the rainforest and appreciate how we are all connected to water.</p></div>GP0|#3410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15;L0|#03410cfe6-fc01-4aaa-ac1f-e58047bb7b15|North Van/West Van;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d314762020-08-16T17:30:00Z

 

 

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