Vancouver, BC

North Vancouver: Capilano Beach Trail

Relatively flat and accessible running in north Vancouver, just over the Lion’s Gate Bridge. Great water, skyline, mountain views. Also known as the North Vancouver Seawall.

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Essentials
  • It is 4.6 miles one-way from the eastern terminus of the trail 0.7 miles east of the bridge to Dundrave Park to the westcouver
  • Flat
  • Eastern terminus is 0.7 miles east of the bridge