Ready to explore forested trails surrounded by fall colours and 300-year-old trees? Cypress Falls Park in West Vancouver is easily accessible from the city, and offers visitors the perfect opportunity to immerse themselves in lush nature.

And if you’re looking for a dog-friendly park, even better, because its trails are a designated off-leash area! 

Home to rushing waterfalls and a scenic creek, Cypress Falls has plenty of viewpoints along its network of trails. Plus, its low elevation makes it a great option during the colder months, when many other trails are blanketed in snow.

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According to the park’s website, the first falls are a short walk from the parking lot, and the upper falls are a 30-minute walk to reach – both offering beautiful views.

On your journey, you can look out for soaring eagles, squirrels, bluejays, and sparrows.

So there you have it, Vancouver. You don’t have to venture far from the city for a taste of the wilderness.

Cypress Falls Park 

Where: West Vancouver, BC