Rainforest trails along Cypress Creek, West Vancouver, BC
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Trails leading to the gateway of nature.. Cypress Provincial Park, West Vancouver, BC
Situated on the North Shore of Metro Vancouver Regional District is the magical land of nature known as the Cypress Provincial Park. The park is divided into two sections and is a dream paradise for adventure seekers. One section of the humongous park is accessible by road whereas the other section welcomes all the hikers with open arms. The end of each hike here is a treat to sore eyes. If you wish to try skiing, you can visit the southern section of Cypress Provincial Park.
The park has a bunch of mountains residing in its lap, such as the three mountains that come together to form the Cypress Bowl: Hollyburn Mountain, Mt. Strachan, and Black Mountain. The nature that surrounds the area makes it an enjoyable place to be, neither the weather nor the season would impact on your plans to visit this park. You can plan fun-filled picnics with your family or an adventure trip with friends. The Cypress Provincial Park has a lot to offer to its visitors, like sightseeing, snowboarding, skiing, hiking, snow tubing, camping, photography, etc. So, when do you plan to visit this Provincial Park?