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Deep Cove Tours

Deep Cove
Situated some 10 miles outside of Downtown Vancouver and nestled at the base of Mount Seymour, Deep Cove is an interesting village and resort. The resort area is located to the east of North Vancouver on a deep water bay within the upper arm of Burrard Inlet.

Traditionally, this land belonged to the Coast Salish First Nations people. They are said to have lived in this region for thousands of years, and many still call this cove home. However, the region has developed tremendously over the years and has become a hot spot for Vancouver residents hoping for a quick escape from the bustle of city life. Despite the growth and development of Deep Cove, the rugged natural setting has allowed the village and area to maintain its outdoorsy, natural feel. Outdoor activities are thus abundant, with sea kayaking, mountain biking and hiking all available out at the resort areas. There are also a number of cultural events available to visitors, mainly centered around the Deep Cove Cultural Center.

Practical Info

If you're driving from Downtown Vancouver, take Hastings eastbound until you reach the Trans-Canada Highway. Then, head north until you hit the Mt. Seymour Parkway. Follow the parkway all the way to Deep Cove Road and proceed north to the resort and village. If you'd like to make the journey via public transport, it is possible and takes about an hour. First, you'll need to catch the 209 Eastbound toward Upper Lynn Valley. At Phibbs Exchange Bay 4, transfer onto the 211 to Seymour, which will take you all the way to Deep Cove.
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Beginner Hiking and Photography

Beginner Hiking and Photography

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Enhance your experience of Deep Cove’s rugged natural landscapes on an easy 3-hour hiking and photography tour from Vancouver. Alongside a guide with more than 10-years-worth of hiking experience, you’ll climb to the summit of Quarry Rock to enjoy spectacular views of north Vancouver’s scenery. Heighten your photography skills with expert tips and capture incredible landscape shots during free time at the top of Quarry Rock. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included on this small-group tour, limited to six people.  
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$61.97
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Hiking and Kayaking Tour Vancouver

Hiking and Kayaking Tour Vancouver

Hiking and Kayaking Tour in Deep cove Vancouver is a perfect day trip in the Pacific Northwest!There’s a little village with a restaurants, shops and the infamous Honey’s Doughnuts. Deep Cove is known for its marina and kayaking. You can rent kayaks, stand-up paddle boards and surf skis. Shops gets busy in the summer months,With its peaceful waters, Deep Cove is one of the best places anywhere for kayaking and paddle boarding. Treat yourself and rent a boat on a sunny day – you won’t be disappointed Another popular activity in Deep Cove is hiking to Quarry Rock. Quarry Rock is an easy hike that takes about 1.5 hours round trip, so it’s an ideal day trip from Vancouver. The views from the top of Quarry Rock are fantastic.meanders through beautiful forest trails, and ends up at the Quarry Rock clifftop overlooking the surrounding area.in this perfect day trip you could hike the trail in the morning, have lunch at Bistro in the village, then go for a paddle in the afternoon.
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  • 6 hours
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$333.09
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