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Best things to do in Coquitlam

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Where in the world: Canada  /  British Columbia  /  Coquitlam

Top 15 things to do in Coquitlam

1. Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver

Not just for skiing and soaking up the views, Grouse Mountain serves as a major year-round playground for both tourists and locals. Known as the "Peak of Vancouver," this mountaintop recreational area offers plenty of chances to hike, zipline, paraglide, and attend or take part in lumberjack events. Access the summit via a scenic chairlift ride or by hiking up a network of rustic trails. Other year-round attractions include a mountaintop wildlife refuge and theater. For a different perspective, consider joining a helicopter sightseeing tour.
Suggested duration: 6 hours
Tours from $54 › Learn more about Grouse Mountain

2. Fishing Charters & Tours, Chilliwack

Suggested duration: 4 hours
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3. Mundy Park

Suggested duration: 1h 30 min
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4. North Shore Day Trip from Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge & Grouse Mtn

FROM $173
Experience Vancouver's beautiful surroundings on this 7-hour guided North Shore tour. After crossing Vancouver Harbor via the landmark Lions Gate Bridge, you'll cross the Capilano Suspension Bridge and take a ride on the Grouse Mountain Skyride. You'll also get up-close views of grizzly bears at the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife!
Suggested duration: 7h
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5. Cultus Lake Waterpark, Chilliwack

Check out the rides of Cultus Lake Waterpark, a family-run water park operating since the mid 1980s. Head to the plummeting freefall slide for an adrenaline-inducing thrill, or ride the extreme Bazooka Bowls. Float along the winding adventure river, race down the slides on mats, or take the kids to the wading pool and playground. The park offers barbecue rentals, lockers, a cafe, and a couple of street food restaurants.
Suggested duration: 8 hours
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6. Town Centre Park

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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7. Deep Cove, North Vancouver

Get in touch with nature at Deep Cove, a rustic village in the North Vancouver district. A popular recreation spot, the area offers scenic hiking trails, climbing, and sailing, among other activities. Enjoy the scenery, visit the charming shops and restaurants, and rent a kayak to paddle around the cove. Climb the Quarry Rock outcrop for a panoramic view of the Indian Arm fjord and its surroundings, or have a picnic in one of the peaceful parks.
Suggested duration: 2 hours
Tours from $105 › Learn more about Deep Cove

8. Granite Falls Zodiac Tour by Vancouver Water Adventures

FROM $105
See Vancouver the way it is best seen – by water – during this 3-hour tour in a Zodiac inflatable boat. Beginning at Granville Island, you'll cross False Creek and follow the coastline through Stanley Park. From your guide, learn about Vancouver's waterfront landmarks like the Burrard Street bridge and the city's most-photographed natural formation: Siwash Rock.Travel through the Vancouver Harbour and on to Deep Cove and Indian Arm, a glacial fjord with a backdrop of steep granite cliffs that can only be seen by boat.
Suggested duration: 3h
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9. Lynn Canyon Park, North Vancouver

A range of hiking trails of varying difficulty at Lynn Canyon Park take you through temperate rainforest, and past waterfalls and rivers. Take time to stroll across the famous suspension bridge, built more than 100 years ago, that sits within the 250 hectare (617 acre) park. The park's ecology center provides a spot dedicated to teaching people of all ages about the importance of the local and global environment. Keep your eyes peeled on the trails for hawks, deer, bears, and other wildlife.
Suggested duration: 2 hours
Tours from $87 › Learn more about Lynn Canyon Park

10. Crystal Falls

Suggested duration: 2h 30 min
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11. Como Lake Park

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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12. Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

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Get outside, breathe in the fresh pacific air, and immerse yourself in the natural wonders surrounding Vancouver, with a visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain. This tour is 6.5 hours. Guests must contact Gray Line Westcoast Sightseeing by 5 pm the night prior to departure to confirm pick up location and time.
Suggested duration: 5h 30min
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13. Lafarge Lake

Suggested duration: 1h 30 min
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14. Blue Mountain Park

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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15. Grouse Mountain Admission

FROM $54
With admission to Grouse Mountain, just north of downtown Vancouver, you can enjoy  panoramic  views  as  you  travel  to  the  alpine  aboard the Skyride – one of North America’s largest aerial tramways.  When you arrive at the top, take part in a wide variety of outdoor adventure, cultural activities and education experiences.  In summer, see wildlife like bears and owls, and enjoy fabulous views of the forest and Vancouver.  In winter, enjoy adventures including the stunning Light Walk, Sliding Zone, outdoor skating pond, or give snowshoeing a try on an array of trails.  Skates, sleds and snowshoes are available for rent (additional cost). Grouse Mountain transforms into Vancouver's North Pole from November 20 to January 3 - see real live reindeer, stroll through the magical Light Walk and enjoy the festive décor.
Suggested duration: 1h - 3h
Tours from $54 › More about this tour at viator.com ›