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Where to Travel around Vancouver

Updated on February 6, 2015

Traveling Around Vancouver

The best tips on where to travel from Vancouver to the most wonderful places around. I will guide you on different one or two day trip options that everyone in your family will enjoy.

Get ready to go on an exciting tour where you will find great things to do and see during your vacations in Vancouver and British Columbia.

Discover where to fish and camp, wildlife watching and more activities for all ages that will make of your visit a rich and unforgettable experience.

Our tour will start on the western shores and will continue east to the beginning of the Fraser Canyon. This area is known as The Lower Mainland.

All photographs and text are ©malucouttolencphotography. They may not be totally or partialy used, without prior authorization of the author.

Lower Mainland British Columbia Map

Lower Mainland Map created by Malu Couttolenc
Lower Mainland Map created by Malu Couttolenc
Britannia Heritage Shipyard Photo Malu Couttolenc
Britannia Heritage Shipyard Photo Malu Couttolenc

Richmond and Steveston BC

History, tradition and adventures

Richmond BC is the place to see the exquisite multicultural blend of traditions, languages and cultures, one of the reasons that places Vancouver and the surrounding areas into the top 5 livable cities in the world.

In Richmond's shopping malls and other Asian shopping areas, you will find jewelry, clothing, and many other products from Hong Kong, Tokyo, India and Taipei.

The most popular, and my favorite, spot in Richmond is Steveston. Locals are usually seen walking, cycling, rollerblading or just reading a book on the boardwalk by the waterfront.

You and your family will have a wonderful time visiting the Britannia Heritage Shipyard Park. The village and canneries are preserved just as they were back in the early 1900s. Friendly guides will show you around the place and share wonderful stories about the first Chinese and Japanese immigrants.

The Vancouver International Airport

(YVR)

is located in Richmond and welcomes millions of tourists every year

Steveston Photo Tour - The most popular spot in Richmond BC

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At the end of Steveston Road in Richmond BC is an ideal spot for beautiful walks by the Pacific Ocean or have dinner at one of the restaurants in the surrounding areaBoat trips and exciting adventures are offered. Fishing, whale and sea lion watching toursThe Britannia Heritage Shipyard is a fascinating and beautiful place to visit while in RichmondA beautiful view of one of the buildings at the Britannia Heritage Shipyard ParkPieces of old ships serve as sculptures along the boardwalk on the waterfront in Steveston, Britannia area
At the end of Steveston Road in Richmond BC is an ideal spot for beautiful walks by the Pacific Ocean or have dinner at one of the restaurants in the surrounding area
At the end of Steveston Road in Richmond BC is an ideal spot for beautiful walks by the Pacific Ocean or have dinner at one of the restaurants in the surrounding area
Boat trips and exciting adventures are offered. Fishing, whale and sea lion watching tours
Boat trips and exciting adventures are offered. Fishing, whale and sea lion watching tours
The Britannia Heritage Shipyard is a fascinating and beautiful place to visit while in Richmond
The Britannia Heritage Shipyard is a fascinating and beautiful place to visit while in Richmond
A beautiful view of one of the buildings at the Britannia Heritage Shipyard Park
A beautiful view of one of the buildings at the Britannia Heritage Shipyard Park
Pieces of old ships serve as sculptures along the boardwalk on the waterfront in Steveston, Britannia area
Pieces of old ships serve as sculptures along the boardwalk on the waterfront in Steveston, Britannia area

Exciting Adventures

Whale, wildlife and bird watching

The Lower Mainland's mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers and coast offer a great variety of exciting outdoor adventures.

Wildlife, bird watching and of course taking photographs are some of my favorite outdoor activities. From October to March I love going to Delta or many other spots to see and get beautiful photographs of bald eagles.

In Richmond, as in many other places in Vancouver and the coastal cities in the Lower Mainland, you can rent a boat to go fishing or join a Whale and Sea Lion watching tour.

Steveston Seabreeze Adventures, is a very experienced company that offers all these activites.

The top months to watch Bald Eagles in the Lower Mainland are from October to March

The top months to watch Bald Eagles in the Lower Mainland are from October to March
The top months to watch Bald Eagles in the Lower Mainland are from October to March
Horseback riding at Delta BC
Horseback riding at Delta BC

Delta: Bird watching and wildlife

Visit the George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary

Delta is located in the lower part of Mainland BC. It is a fantastic place for wildlife watching.

If you like to go bird watching just as I do, I recommend going to Delta. All kinds of birds can be seen there all year.

From Mid-October to March you can see bald eagles and hundreds of snow geese. Sea Lions, orcas and grey whales can be found offshore.

On Delta's beaches you can go horseback riding or have a nice family picnic.

The most fantastic place to see different birds, all throughout the year, is the George C. Reifel MIgratory Bird Sanctuary, located in the Village of Ladner, Delta BC. It is dedicated to the conservation and promotion of the waterfowl and wetlands in British Columbia.

You will always remember your visit to this beautiful sanctuary. It is a unique opportunity to see and photograph these beautiful birds in their natural habitat

The Pier at White Rock, BC
The Pier at White Rock, BC

White Rock and South Surrey

Lovely beaches and world class cuisine and shopping

White Rock and South Surrey are very popular spots among the Lower Mainland residents.

Beautiful beaches, musuems and exquisite European style shops and galleries are just some of the main attractions in the area.

Spend the day at the beach or take a stroll along the Pier to see stunning views of Mount Baker and the San Juan Islands in Washington State, USA.

For dinner enjoy a delicious meal at one of the world class cuisine restaurants and then, to finish the day, go back to the Pier to enjoy a romantic breathtaking sunset.



Sailboats by Photo_mall

During the summer, families and friends gather at the beach for a picnic and practice their favorite water sports.

Day at the Beach Photo Malu Couttolenc
Day at the Beach Photo Malu Couttolenc

Day at the Beach by Photo Mall

Simon Fraser University
Simon Fraser University

Burnaby

Education and culture

The City of Burnaby is only a few minutes away from downtown Vancouver. It is the third most populous city in British Columbia.

What I like about the City of Burnaby, is that it is full of restaurants, shops, parks and opportunities for different outdoor activities.

Burnaby hosts different events and concerts throughout the year. At the Visitor's Center, you can check for programs and schedules.

One of the most interesting attractions in Burnaby is the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology located at the Simon Fraser University.

Simon Fraser University Photos Malu Couttolenc
Simon Fraser University Photos Malu Couttolenc

The City of Burnaby is home to a multiple variety of natural parks for the whole family to enjoy. Some of these parks are: Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area, Burnaby Lake Regional Nature Park Central Park and my favorite Deer Lake Park.

Winter Scene at Burnaby's Central Park

Winter Scene at Burnaby's Central Park
Winter Scene at Burnaby's Central Park
Langley Municipal Hall
Langley Municipal Hall

Fort Langley

History and recreation

Fort Langley, in the Township of Langley, is one of the cities around Vancouver that I would recommend the most.

I love it because when I travel to this beautiful place, it is like traveling back in time and then, because as a passionate photographer, I always find great photo opportunities.

There are so many things to do in Langley that it makes it impossible to list them all but I will show you the most famous and the ones I like best

The Fort Langley Historical Site is a fantastic place to visit. The guides are dressed up in 19th century costumes and will guide you through the different tasks that people used to do. You and your children will have lots of fun panning for gold and participating in other activities related to the times when the fort was built.

Just across the street, you will visit the old Canadian National Train Station and behind the main building, climb into the old caboose; to get the feeling of how it was to travel by train back then.

Canoeing and kayaking in Langley
Canoeing and kayaking in Langley

Where to fish and overnight camping by the Fraser River

Outdoor Activities

As in all cities in the Lower Mainland, Langley is perfect for outdoor activities. Just a few steps from the Fort Historical Site you can rent boats and kayaks for a nice trip on the Fraser River.

Do you like overnight camping, picnics, fishing and to be in contact with nature? At Derby Reach, one of Langley's Natural Parks, you can do them all.

If you were wondering where to fish in British Columbia, Derby Reach by the Fraser River offers easy sport fishing access to the many Fraser River salmon runs.

Fort Langley Showcase

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Visiting Fort Langley is like traveling back in time. The fort, built in 1839 at its current location, stands out with its red tower watching over the FraserThe old train station at Fort Langley. A beautiful building built in 1915I love the way the train station at Fort Langley looks, is one of my favorite places to visitFort Langley has a great variety of antiques, art, gifts and souvenir shopsEnjoy lunch or dinner at any of the cozy and chic restaurants and coffee shops
Visiting Fort Langley is like traveling back in time. The fort, built in 1839 at its current location, stands out with its red tower watching over the Fraser
Visiting Fort Langley is like traveling back in time. The fort, built in 1839 at its current location, stands out with its red tower watching over the Fraser
The old train station at Fort Langley. A beautiful building built in 1915
The old train station at Fort Langley. A beautiful building built in 1915
I love the way the train station at Fort Langley looks, is one of my favorite places to visit
I love the way the train station at Fort Langley looks, is one of my favorite places to visit
Fort Langley has a great variety of antiques, art, gifts and souvenir shops
Fort Langley has a great variety of antiques, art, gifts and souvenir shops
Enjoy lunch or dinner at any of the cozy and chic restaurants and coffee shops
Enjoy lunch or dinner at any of the cozy and chic restaurants and coffee shops

Would like to hear about your favorite outdoor activities

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Maple Ridge Square by Malu Couttolenc
Maple Ridge Square by Malu Couttolenc

Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

Outdoor Adventures

Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge are two cities in which a quiet lifestyle and nature blend together.

Surrounded by forests, mountains, lakes and rivers, they are both nice places for recreational activities.

We will travel along Highway 7 (Lougheed Highway), to find shopping areas, restaurants and touristic attractions while we admire lovely scenic views.

Alouette Lake and the Golden Ears Provincial Park are perfect for swimming, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking fishing and other boating activities; rentals available. This park is also a beautiful spot for overnight camping at any of the three well secured campgrounds.

Pitt River Photo Malu Couttolenc
Pitt River Photo Malu Couttolenc


When I want to go for a nice walk and get beautiful landscape photographs, my first choices would be the dikes by the Pitt River, the paths by Alouette Lake or the Kanaka Creek Regional Park.

On each visit, I always find nice people cycling, walking or horseback riding. It is there where I have met other photographers who, just like me, enjoy the scenery and we always end up exchanging photo tips and advice.

Kanaka Creek in Maple Ridge Photo Malu Couttolenc
Kanaka Creek in Maple Ridge Photo Malu Couttolenc

Maple Ridge Photos

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Cliff Park and the Cliff Falls is a must visit in Maple Ridge. A beautiful place for a walk and relaxationA different view of Cliff Falls in Maple RidgeKanaka Creek Regional Park is one of my favorites parks in Maple Ridge. a peaceful and quiet place for a walkWhonnock Lake in Maple Ridge is a lovely spot to spend a day at the beach with family and friendsThe Act is a theatre and a culture place in downtown Maple Ridge. The Maple Ridge Leisure Center, next door from this building, offers worshops of all kinds, swimming at its wonderful indoor pool, and sport activities like tae-kwon-do, gymanstics, ca
Cliff Park and the Cliff Falls is a must visit in Maple Ridge. A beautiful place for a walk and relaxation
Cliff Park and the Cliff Falls is a must visit in Maple Ridge. A beautiful place for a walk and relaxation
A different view of Cliff Falls in Maple Ridge
A different view of Cliff Falls in Maple Ridge
Kanaka Creek Regional Park is one of my favorites parks in Maple Ridge. a peaceful and quiet place for a walk
Kanaka Creek Regional Park is one of my favorites parks in Maple Ridge. a peaceful and quiet place for a walk
Whonnock Lake in Maple Ridge is a lovely spot to spend a day at the beach with family and friends
Whonnock Lake in Maple Ridge is a lovely spot to spend a day at the beach with family and friends
The Act is a theatre and a culture place in downtown Maple Ridge. The Maple Ridge Leisure Center, next door from this building, offers worshops of all kinds, swimming at its wonderful indoor pool, and sport activities like tae-kwon-do, gymanstics, ca
The Act is a theatre and a culture place in downtown Maple Ridge. The Maple Ridge Leisure Center, next door from this building, offers worshops of all kinds, swimming at its wonderful indoor pool, and sport activities like tae-kwon-do, gymanstics, ca
View of Mission with Mount Baker in Washington State at the end
View of Mission with Mount Baker in Washington State at the end

Mission British Columbia

A Legacy

Mission, British Columbia is a city in which you will find all kinds of activities. If you are looking for a place with history, wildlife and outdoor excitement or spirituality, then you will love this city

Go fishing to any of the various lakes where you can also spend a beautiful day at the beach. Rolley Lake and Sun Valley Trout Park are among the favorites of local residents.

If you are a camping enthusiast, you will find secure camping areas by the lakes and rivers like the Old Orchard RV Resort.

During winter, snow skiing is one of the most popular acitivities in Canada and Mission has a perfect place for it at the Hemlock Mountain Resort.

Church at the Westmister Abbey at Mission British Columbia

Church at the Westmister Abbey at Mission British Columbia
Church at the Westmister Abbey at Mission British Columbia

The Monastery at the Westminster Abbey is a lovely place to visit, featuring a beautiful church surrounded by peaceful and quiet paths from which you will be amazed by spectacular views of Mission and the Fraser Valley (photo above).

Among other attractions at Mission BC we can visit the Restored Grotto, Stave Falls with the old power house and the Mission Museum.

If you love race cars, attend exciting drag races at the Mission Raceway.

Just outside of Mission continuing east, visit the XayTem Longhouse Interpretive Center and learn about the Sto:lo Culture. You will be able to participate in workshops and discover beautiful native art. At the site, visit two pit houses and learn about this ancient culture: way of life, activities and more interesting facts.

Images from Mission BC - Beautiful views and spirituality

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A beautiful view of Mission Valley and the Fraser RiverAn image inside the beautiful church at the Westminster Abbey in Mission BCThe church has 64 stained-glass windows around its perimeter. These colorful windows are 22ft high and they bring in different colors as the sun hits themPit house at XayTem Longhouse Interpretive Center. Recently re-opened to the public, it is a very interesting place to learn about the Sto:lo cultureInside one of the pit houses at XayTem, you can see the way they lived and take a glance at their multiple activities
A beautiful view of Mission Valley and the Fraser River
A beautiful view of Mission Valley and the Fraser River
An image inside the beautiful church at the Westminster Abbey in Mission BC
An image inside the beautiful church at the Westminster Abbey in Mission BC
The church has 64 stained-glass windows around its perimeter. These colorful windows are 22ft high and they bring in different colors as the sun hits them
The church has 64 stained-glass windows around its perimeter. These colorful windows are 22ft high and they bring in different colors as the sun hits them
Pit house at XayTem Longhouse Interpretive Center. Recently re-opened to the public, it is a very interesting place to learn about the Sto:lo culture
Pit house at XayTem Longhouse Interpretive Center. Recently re-opened to the public, it is a very interesting place to learn about the Sto:lo culture
Inside one of the pit houses at XayTem, you can see the way they lived and take a glance at their multiple activities
Inside one of the pit houses at XayTem, you can see the way they lived and take a glance at their multiple activities
Hell's Gate Airtram at the Fraser Cayon
Hell's Gate Airtram at the Fraser Cayon

Fraser Canyon

Around the Fraser Valley

The Fraser Canyon is full of excitement and adventure. There are multiple activities for all ages. If you like excitement, register for a river rafting expedition.

For a more relaxed tour, visit the multiple heritage villages around.

The beautiful Alexandra Bridge and Provincial Park is another wonderful attraction in the Fraser Canyon.

At Hell's Gate you can take the Airtram and descend into the canyon to see the fish ways built to help salmons pass through the Fraser River.

Hell's Gate Airtram photo Malu Couttolenc
Hell's Gate Airtram photo Malu Couttolenc
Fall Colors around the Fraser Valley
Fall Colors around the Fraser Valley

Camping and Fishing around the Fraser Valley

Beautiful landscapes, a paradise for photographers

Driving east, past Mission, we will make a short stop at Deroche to get some delicious home made beef jerky, and then continue our trip to our final destination. This road is so pretty, that you will want to make a few stops to take amazing photographs and scenes of forests, lakes and rivers; of course, I always do that!

Camping facilites and parks can be found around Harrison Mills and Harrison Hot Springs.

We are almost at the end of our tour to the best things to see around Vancouver. Before we go back, I would like to take you to two of the most beautiful places near the Fraser Canyon: Harrison Mills and Harrison Hot Springs


Kilby Historical Site
Kilby Historical Site

Harrison Mills and the Kilby Historical Site

History and tradition

In Harrison Mills we will visit The Kilby Historical Site. A great place for the whole family.

Here we will see the old general store, the museum and the farm where the little ones in the family will enjoy getting close to farm animals.

Make sure to visit the site during one of the fun events that the site organizes during the year.

Kilby Museum Photos Malu Couttolenc
Kilby Museum Photos Malu Couttolenc

Behind the Kilby Historical site you will find The Christmas Cottage. A fabulous and beautiful cottage hidden in the forest where you can buy high quality Christmas ornaments and gifts.

Harrison Hot Springs
Harrison Hot Springs

Harrison Hot Springs

Harrison Hot Springs is an exceptional place for relaxation and water activities. There are several international cuisine restaurants and cozy coffee shops. This is why I decided to leave this resort at the end of our tour.

The most famous feature in Harrison Hot Springs are the natural hot spring pools where you can enjoy a relaxing Spa.

My suggestion would be to stay, at least, for a couple of days in this destination. You can make a reservation at any of the various hotels in Harrison Hot Springs like the Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa.

Harrison Mills and Harrison Hot Springs Virtual Tour - Beautiful places to explore!

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At Harrison Hot Springs boating activities are very popularHarrison Hot Springs is the best place for relaxation, take a walk by the beach or enjoy a spa at on one the several natural hot spring poolsThe Kilby Historic Site in Harrison Mills BC, is great place for the whole family. It features and old general store, a museum,a farm and other activitiesThe Christmas Cottage at Harrison Mills is a lovely little house where you can buy beautiful high quality gifts and decorationsThe beach at Harrison River is one of my favorite spots. The white sand and the blue of the water make of it a quiet and peaceful place to spend the day or camp at one of the various RV parks and campgrounds
At Harrison Hot Springs boating activities are very popular
At Harrison Hot Springs boating activities are very popular
Harrison Hot Springs is the best place for relaxation, take a walk by the beach or enjoy a spa at on one the several natural hot spring pools
Harrison Hot Springs is the best place for relaxation, take a walk by the beach or enjoy a spa at on one the several natural hot spring pools
The Kilby Historic Site in Harrison Mills BC, is great place for the whole family. It features and old general store, a museum,a farm and other activities
The Kilby Historic Site in Harrison Mills BC, is great place for the whole family. It features and old general store, a museum,a farm and other activities
The Christmas Cottage at Harrison Mills is a lovely little house where you can buy beautiful high quality gifts and decorations
The Christmas Cottage at Harrison Mills is a lovely little house where you can buy beautiful high quality gifts and decorations
The beach at Harrison River is one of my favorite spots. The white sand and the blue of the water make of it a quiet and peaceful place to spend the day or camp at one of the various RV parks and campgrounds
The beach at Harrison River is one of my favorite spots. The white sand and the blue of the water make of it a quiet and peaceful place to spend the day or camp at one of the various RV parks and campgrounds

To get the best tips about Vancouver British Columbia

After an exciting trip to different cities around Vancouver, we can go back now. To find the most extraordinary things to do and see in this beautiful city, please visit this page

Vancouver British Columbia Vancouver British Columbia is considered one of the top livable cities in the world. Explore Vancouver through this page to learn facts and the best places to visit in this beautiful city.

Hope you had fun and enjoyed my suggestions on Where to go around Vancouver.

Would love hear about the places you liked most and what activities you would like to do when you visit the Lower Mainland.

Remember you can get the images displayed in this page at Photo Mall my shop in Zazzle.


Please let me know if you had fun on our tour - It is always nice to hear about your traveling experiences

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      Mary Norton 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Once, we drove from Vancouver to Banff and back. It was beautiful.

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      Ursel001 4 years ago

      My daughter was in Vancouver when she was 16 ;-)

      She was impressed!

      Great lense!

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      anitabreeze 4 years ago

      Awesome tour of my stomping grounds! I grew up in Steveston and currently live near Fort Langley. Great job!

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      Anthony Godinho 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I definitely want to visit the west coast someday, especially Vancouver. In the meantime, thanks for this wonderful virtual tour. I enjoyed your beautiful photography. Stay blessed!

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      SorinVelescu 5 years ago

      Hey. Great great lens. I hope I can visit Vancouver soon, between October and March because I really like the Bald Eagle.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Enjoyed your lens. I've never been to BC, but would love to visit. I'd like to visit Kilby Historical Site

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      Blackspaniel1 5 years ago

      Nice lens.

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      MoonMaa 5 years ago

      I really enjoyed reading your lens about Vancouver! I feel as if I have already been there through your writing. It makes me want to visit there. I've always wanted to visit Canad too! What a fantastic lens!

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      kimmanleyort 5 years ago

      Hi Malu, just wanted to say that you have really grown as a Squidoo writer, as well as with your beautiful photography. I lived in Vancouver for six months. It is one of my favorite places in the world. Yet, you have taken us on a journey to some of the gems of the area that most visitors wouldn't see. Excellent and blessed.

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      Indigo Janson 5 years ago from UK

      I'm delighted to bless this outstanding travel guide to Vancouver and its environs. I truly hope I get to see Vancouver one day and know where to come to do my research for my Canadian adventure!

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      BusinessSarah 5 years ago

      What a fantastic resource! We're going to Vancouver for part of our honeymoon -- first time for both of us -- and this gives us an excellent starting point. Thanks! Squid blessings :)

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      TheGourmetCoffe 5 years ago

      Vancouver is a great city and it definitely has so many neat attractions. Your lens depicts Vancouver so well, look forward to visiting there again soon!

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      jadehorseshoe 5 years ago

      Another VERY Charming Lens!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I fall in love with every thing you've presented here.. dearest Malu :) All your pictures, guidance and especially any awesome photography by Photo Mall (Malu) are so wonderful. Really happy to be here. 5 stars for you. Have a wonderful time.. always.. my dear friend :D

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @efriedman: Hope you can visit Vancouver and Whistler someday, Im sure you will love your visit. Thank you so much for your visit to this page :)

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      efriedman 6 years ago

      A trip to Vancouver and Whistler was cancelled a year ago as we were on our way to the airport, sadly. Sure hope to make it someday. Such a beautiful area

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @Track29: Thank you so so much! I also love trains. You will have lots of fun with them when you visit Vancouver and the Lower Mainland

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      Track29 6 years ago

      Love the images and the variety you've presented. If I ever get to Vancouver I am going to that Canadian National Train Station you mentioned and ride a few trains!

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @Wednesday-Elf: Thank you so so much for taking the tour around Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, Im glad you enjoyes it :)

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @Murvi56: Thank you very much for your encouring comments and visit :)

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Woww thank you so much for the thumbs up, I appreciate your visit and comments very very much :)

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @annieangel1: Ann thank you so much for your blessing and visiting this page. Hope you can visit someday :)

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @BillSimmons: Bill thank you so much for your visit, hope you can visit British Columbia someday, you will love it :)

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @TravelingRae: Rae, Thank you so much for your visit and blessing! Lynn Valleyand its suspension bridge will be coming soon :)

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      starzraven 6 years ago

      Wonderful! :)

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      Malu Couttolenc 6 years ago

      @starzraven: Thank you so so much!

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      Wednesday-Elf 6 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

      Vancouver and the Lower Mainland in BC is one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. And your photographs have allowed me to virtually 'see' an area I've never visited in person. Thanks so much for the 'tour'.

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      Murvi56 6 years ago

      Excellent vibrant photography!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      amazing place, beautiful photos, earned a 'thumbs up' from me.

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      Ann 6 years ago from Yorkshire, England

      This makes me want to jump on a plane... well done - blessed

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      BillSimmons 6 years ago

      Looks great there! I've been to Ontario quite a bit but never BC.

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      TravelingRae 6 years ago

      Your lens is missing one great (and free!) activity around Vancouver: hiking in beautiful Lynn Valley, which has a suspension bridge that rivals Capilano. This is a beautiful, well written, and informative lens. :::blessed:::