The September field trip will be Lynn Valley – Self-directed or Group Field Trip
Lynn Canyon Park officially opened to the public in 1912. The main attraction, the Lynn
Canyon Suspension Bridge towers 50 meters (160ft) over the canyon and is part of the
Baden Powell Trail. In addition to the bridge, the park features several hiking trails to
enjoy and some amenities including the Lynn Canyon Cafe and Ecology Centre. Web
Group Field Trip
||Sunday September 12th
||Meet at the entrance to the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge
Out of respect for every member of PhotoClub Vancouver and the public, we request
everyone wear face masks. If you choose not to wear a face mask, have symptoms or
are unwell do not attend the group field trip.
Gathering for Lunch / Beverage / Coffee / Tea
||Sunday September 12th
||Lynn Valley Centre - 1177 Lynn Valley Road – The Black Bear Neighbourhood Pub which has an outdoor seating area.
Directions to Get to Lynn Canyon Park
Traveling by Bus
Lynn Canyon Park is located East of North Vancouver in Lynn Valley. The Park is easy
to find and accessible by bus.
If you are traveling by bus, there are various routes to take depending on your location.
From Downtown Vancouver take the sea bus across to the Lonsdale Quay bus loop and
take either bus #228, or #229.
Bus #228 will take you to Lynn Valley Center, which is about a 15-minute walk from
Lynn Canyon Park’s main entrance. Bus #229 will also take you to Lynn Valley Centre.
You then have to transfer to Bus #227 to be taken directly to Lynn Canyon Park’s main
It is suggested to walk the 15 minutes to the park entrance as Bus #227 is a smaller
If you are traveling from East Vancouver, Burnaby, or Metro Town area take any bus to
Phibbs Exchange. The most common busses are #130 via Metro Town, #28 via Joyce
Station, #210 via Downtown Vancouver.
From Phibbs Exchange take bus #227 which will take you to Lynn Canyon Park’s main
For more information on public transit visit translink.ca or ask your bus driver.
Traveling by Car
If you are driving, take upper levels Trans Canada Highway 1 until you reach exit 19.
Follow Lynn Valley Road Northeast past the Mountain Highway intersection, and then
continue to Lynn Valley Road.
Watch for the Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre sign on the right-hand side of the road. Turn
right onto Peters Road, and you will find the main entrance at the end.
Pay Parking is in effect.