Panorama taken standing within the (very cold) waters of of the Lynn Creek at 30 Foot Pool, one of the most popular parts of Lynn Canyon Park. This picture was taken in July 2013 on a cloudless day, early in the morning.
30 Foot Pool at Lynn Canyon - North Vancouver visitor guide showing a virtual tour of '30 Foot Pool at Lynn Canyon' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from British Columbia.
Lynn Canyon Park is a very popular park, both with locals and as a tourist attraction, within easy access of Vancouver and North Vancouver. The park contains a number of hiking trails with highlights being the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, the beautiful 30 Foot Pool (shown here) and dense pine forests trails.
Lynn Canyon park covers about 617 acres (250 ha). The 30 Foot Pool lies about 10 minutes walk from the main car park. Here, water gushes through a narrow canyon into a deep, crystal clear pool which is a popular swimming spot in the summer months. Just downstream the pool opens up and the Lynn Creek continues to flow downstream for a short distance before cascading through another couple of deep waterfalls into another canyon near to the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge.
Trails from Lynn Canyon Park also connect with the Baydon Powell Trail and other trails up to Rice Lake, the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve and Lynn Valley Trail.
Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre
3663 Park Road
North Vancouver, BC V7J 3G3
Phone: (604) 990-3755
Bus: Peter Road (229) or Lynn Valley Road / Peter Road then 10 minute walk (228). Both of these can be caught from Lonsdale Quay.
Car: Lynn Canyon Park is about 18 Km from central Vancouver.