Local Attractions

Cypress Mountain:  Spring time snow shoe

Since the arrival of stand up Paddle Boarding, Deep Cove has a nickname “Board the Fjord”,  just another great way to tour our coastline.

Feel like trying this new sport out?  Paddle Boards are complimentary included with our amenities, along with kayaks.  

With our 3 local mountains just a 15 minute drive away there’s plenty to do.   Skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing up either Grouse Mountain, Cypress Mountainor Mount Seymour and after a long day of out-door activities there’s some nice, warm lodges up there for a great dinner or a late lunch! Even in summer these mountains are great for their hiking trails and beautiful views of the city.

Curious about Whistler? Site of the 2010 Olympics!  Whistler is a 1.5 hour drive; One of the most beautiful scenic drives along the Sea to Sky highway.

If you want a casual beer and a bite, down the street, the Raven Pub is just a 5 minute walk away, it has great food and local music on weekends,  a casual environment with people of all ages.  Are you wanting to experience Vancouver’s night life? Granville Street has an entire strip of bars and clubs to check out, about a 20 minute cab away.

If you’re in a tourist mood, some great tourist attractions are the Vancouver Aquarium which shows off our local fauna.  There’s Stanley park , a beautiful park right on the ocean.  The Seawall is a scenic 22 km of path that lines Vancouver’s waterfront. Perfect for a walk, cycle or jog, it is the most popular recreational spot in the city.

Just a 10 minute walk away, there is authentic Deep Cove village, which has a gorgeous view of the bay, as well as a little theatre called The Deep Cove Stage Society, if you’re into live plays!  Arm’s Reach Bistro for fine dining and a view of the water.  Quarry Rock also located in Deep Cove is a popular hike ending with a panoramic view of the Burrard Inlet.

Enjoy golfing?  Our local Northlands Golf  and Seymour Golf courses is a 5 minute drive away, its beautiful!

Would you like to visit  historical Victoria, the capital of BC?  It’s a 25 minute drive to BC Ferries in Horse Shoe Bay, and a 1.5 hour ferry ride.

How about an outdoor adventure private guided tour?  Your choice of hiking, kayaking or snowshoeing on our local trails/ waters.  Visit Jen at www.freshairlife.ca


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