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While the ‘main’ portion of Vancouver is a glossy waterside utopia of cosmopolitan delights, take a trip over the sapphire water and you’ll see a different Vancouver altogether. The North Shore is swathed in spectacular natural scenery, where outdoor pursuits are always moments away from top notch city-styled comforts. Mountain bike through lush rainforest, kayak along cool rivers, then ski down snowy mountain slopes before returning to the skyscraping city for après ski hijinks. North Vancouver is for city slickers with a wavering fancy for the great outdoors.

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From winter sports to family entertainment, Grouse Mountain is a towering hive of activity all year round. Just 15 minutes from downtown, the Mountain Skyride carries passengers on a breathtaking one-mile ascent to all the high altitude attractions. If you’re one for more grounded outdoorsy pursuits, the Capilano River Regional Park a must-visit. Veined with hiking and biking trails, it’s an unspoiled haven of giant fir trees, cut through by the babbling waters of the Capilano River. A short trek south and you’ll find one of North Vancouver’s biggest attractions, the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Hanging a heady 229ft above the river, a serene stroll along the crossing yields plenty of scenic photo ops. For canoeing or kayaking, set sail from the restful bay of Deep Cove. The district has a distinct small town atmosphere, offering plenty of R&R. For waterside retail therapy, Lonsdale Quay Market is packed with 80 shops and services, selling everything from fresh produce to chic fashion.

Hotels in North Vancouver

From the safe bet comfort of familiar chain hotels to glossy high rise digs with waterfront views, there are hotels in North Vancouver to suit all tastes and budgets. Best of all, you’ll find them considerably cheaper than the rest of Vancouver. Upmarket establishments come in contemporary style, with indoor swimming pools, fitness facilities and swanky restaurants. No mod-con is spared, WiFi and flatscreen televisions with cable channels are commonplace, while premium bedding ensures a good night's sleep after a day on the slopes. Home-style B&Bs and budget hotels in North Vancouver are well appointed, run by friendly locals or reliable brands.

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A hotel in North Vancouver’s center gives you an array of top notch city amenities, while natural splendor and a whole host of outdoor activities exist just minutes away. World-class mountain bike and nature trails await enthusiasts of every level, and snowboarding and paragliding will lure in the more daring. Foodies and shopaholics will both be indulged, with an eclectic range of restaurants, shops, and malls on offer, while the buzzing arts and nightlife scenes keep the North Shore vibrant. If all that leaves you feeling the burn, the city has plenty of spas to rejuvenate in, too.

How to get to North Vancouver

Vancouver International Airport serves destinations throughout the world and is the primary gateway into the region. Getting from the airport and across the water into North Vancouver might sound daunting, but it’s quite simple. Once you’ve landed at Vancouver International you’ll have to take the SkyTrain service into Downtown, which will take approximately 25 minutes. From there it’s just a short trip to the Waterfront Station where you can hope onboard the SeaBus, which runs four times an hour. The small ferry crosses Burrard Inlet, arriving at Lonsdale Quay Seabus Terminal in North Vancouver in just a few short minutes.

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