Things To Do In North Vancouver


C$43 for Two Days and Two Nights of RV Camping at Whistler RV Park & Campground (C$86 Value)

Whistler RV Park & Campground

Whistler Rv Park & Campgrounds

Camp at a 104-acre park within the Coast Mountain range’s forests, where you can enjoy access to ATV and snowmobile trails

C$86 C$43

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Snowshoeing for Two or Four Adults at Ski Callaghan (Up to 53% Off)

Ski Callaghan

Whistler

Visitors glide across more than 20 km of snowshoe trails—the largest snowshoeing tracks in North America

C$30 C$15

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Stand-Up Paddleboarding or Kiteboarding Crash Course for One or Two from Aerial Kiteboarding (Up to 74% Off)

Aerial Kiteboarding

Multiple Locations

Explore the waters on a standup paddleboard; certified kiteboarding instructors teach safety, steering, and control with hands-on practice

C$50 C$25

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One or Two 60-Minute Group Hockey-Training Sessions on the Skatemill at Hockey Performance Centre (Up to 57% Off)

Hockey Performance Centre

North Vancouver

Skatemill helps players to master hockey fundamentals, improve stride efficiency, acceleration, and ability to control the puck with head up

C$35 C$17

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Cruiser or BC Snowmobile Tour for Two from The Adventure Group (Up to 19% Off)

The Adventure Group

Whistler

Embark on a snowy adventure atop a snowmobile during a two-hour tour designed for beginner or intermediate riders

C$248 C$199.99

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Trapper's Trail Snowshoe Tour for Two or Four from Blackcomb Adventures (50% Off)

Blackcomb Snowmobile

Whistler

Family-friendly tour teaches participants how the first people to live in the area made it through harsh local winters

C$154.56 C$77

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Adult-Only Art Night for One, Two, or Four from MAB Art Studio & Gallery. (Up to 51% Off)

MAB Art Studio & Gallery

North Vancouver

Students hone their artistic skill in painting sessions during adults-only fun nights out, with alcohol available for purchase

C$45 C$25

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One or Two Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes or 10 Classes at Rasa Flow Yoga (Up to 68% Off)

Rasa Flow Yoga

North Vancouver

Studio fills its space with classes that link physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of yoga practice, suitable for yogis of any level

C$132 C$43

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10 Yoga Classes or One or Three Months of Unlimited Classes at Yogana Studio (Up to 71% Off)

Yogana Studio Inc.

North Vancouver

The studio’s multiple class types include Hatha, power, and prenatal yoga; instructors focus on the athletic & meditative aspects of yoga

C$135 C$39

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$249 for a Bobsled Ride with a Canadian Olympic Athlete ($309 Value)

Whistler Sliding Centre

Whistler Sliding Centre

Guests streak down Whistler Sliding Centre’s track with an Olympic bobsledder, following their exhilarating experience with food and drinks

C$309 C$249

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One or Two Months of Unlimited Classes or 10 Classes at Namaste Yoga (Up to 76% Off)

Namaste Yoga

North Vancouver

Students stretch, bend, and balance during beginner-friendly classes that explore yogic styles such as Hatha, yoga lifestyle, and yin

C$115 C$29

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$49 for One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Oxygen Yoga and Fitness North Vancouver ($132 Value)

Oxygen Yoga & Fitness

North Vancouver

Instructors help students burn fat, increase flexibility, strengthen cores, and relax minds during far-infrared yoga classes

C$132 C$49

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18-Hole Round of Mini Golf for Two or Four at Whistle Punk Hollow Adventure Golf (56% Off)

Whistle Punk Hollow Adventure Golf

Squamish

Groups traverse multi-level mini golf course that features a replica railroad train, construction trucks, and cascading water

C$16 C$7

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Jungle-Gym and Rock Climbing Fun-Centre Outing for Two, Four, Six, or Ten Kids (Up to 56% Off)

Laserdome Plus

Maplewood

24 ft. soft jungle gym with obstacles, bridges, and tunnels; indoor rock climbing wall with 14 autobelay ropes

C$32 C$19

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Train Museum Visit for Two or Four from West Coast Railway Association (Up to 57% Off)

West Coast Railway Association

Squamish

Guests explore more than 90 pieces of railway memorabilia, including locomotives, rare passenger cars, and other artifacts

C$30 C$14

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The bright-yellow raft slams head-on into the rapid, sending a torrential downpour over the drenched but laughing rafters as they climb the foaming waves. Such high-adrenaline moments are hardly a rarity on Canadian Outback Adventures & Events’ whitewater-rafting trips, a meticulously planned adventure that unfolds in the midst of British Columbia's most scenic locales. It all began in 1992, when the Corbett brothers James and Steve founded Canadian Outback Adventures & Events, and transitioned from multi-day, expedition-style soft adventures to one and two day adventures. Today, the company provides exciting team-building and employee training opportunities throughout North America, as well as awe-inspiring scenic rafting adventures throughout BC. Canadian Outback Adventures & Events is built upon a foundation of social responsibility and the belief that learning, discovering, and laughing brings people together. Their Canadian Outback Cares initiative has contributed funds toward causes such as Muscular Dystrophy Canada, Junior Achievement of BC, and the Nature Trust of British Columbia.
657 Marine Dr
West Vancouver,
BC
CA
Wooden beams form rows of V-shaped pillars that prop up the ceilings on both floors of Takaya Golf Centre's two-tiered driving range, creating a visually compelling, rustic design. Surrounded by a dense forest, the 270-yard range boasts 78 hitting stalls, 58 of which are covered to protect players from the elements and rival golfers who hire a stealthy buffalo stampede to record surveillance. Along with clearly marked yardage signs, the target field sports wide hoops at various distances to emulate greens. After the sun sets over the opposite end of the westward-facing range, Takaya Golf Centre activates its stadium-style lighting to keep practice sessions alive and illuminate woodland creatures' late-night board-game sessions. Four teaching professionals preside over the centre's practice complex, where they help players smooth out swings in group or private lessons. Those looking for more leisurely activities can putt across the centre's mini-golf course, lounge with a cup of coffee in the TV lounge, or build an indoor fort with the pro shop's selection of hats, tees, towels, and golf balls.
700 Apex Ave
North Vancouver,
BC
CA
Aerial Kiteboarding's certified instructors teach students how to properly ride kites and kiteboards across snow-blanketed prairies, glassy water surfaces, and expanses of dirt or grass. During snow-kiteboarding classes, instructors use two-line trainer kites to escort students through wind-safety strategies, basic steering and kite control, and snowman avoidance. Students prowl across the ground and through the air in power-kiting lessons and skim the waves in water-kiting lessons. Building on the lessons imparted during basic and intro classes, two- or three-hour lessons guide more experienced kiteboarders through steering, flight control, riding skills, and launching and landing methods. Aerial Kiteboarding supplies all rentals and equipment for its classes and lessons, which run seven days a week depending on weather and the amount of reindeer air traffic. Aside from their flagship kiteboarding packages, the outdoorsy company also features other services such as kayak rentals and scenic boat rides.
37801 Cleveland Ave.
Squamish,
BC
CA
Skipper Sergei Rovensky, the mariner at the heart of Bowen Sailing Charters, and other skippers saddle up the 55-foot Valhalla for smooth, recreational jaunts through the neighbouring waters of Bowen Island. The beloved luxury yacht is one of only 250 in the Vagabond series created by English shipbuilder Ernest Chamberlain, whose handiwork was recently updated in 2011 when Captain Sergei gave the vessel a makeover. The renovation preserved the yacht's timeless sailboat elements, such as polished-brass hardware, a classic silhouette, and a porthole eye patch. The Valhalla grants charter groups the thrill of a modern-day sea adventure, sailing to the Octopus Islands and other scenic locales as passengers enjoy the ship's many amenities, such as a flat-screen television, an elegant rosewood dining table, and WiFi. The same teak wood that trims the cabin's interior makes up Valhalla's 47-foot deck, where passengers can cast salmon-seeking fishing lines or leap off into the waves for snorkeling.
566 Artisan Lane
Bowen Island,
BC
CA
From the views of snow-capped mountains and the cascading Granite Falls of Indian Arm to the bustling public market of Granville Island, the Vancouver area overflows with seafaring escapes. Realizing the abundance of sandy beaches meeting lush green forests, diverse wildlife, totem poles, and charming seaside villages, the owners of Lonsdale Boat Rentals decided they needed to give locals and visitors easy access to the region's splendour. To accomplish this, they offer rentals of Hourston Glascrafts, Bayliners, and fishing boats to licensed boaters. They also create customizable sightseeing tours piloted by experienced captains who ferry passengers to Bowen Island for a coffee or to Deep Cove for dinner at a seaside restaurant. To accommodate groups, the team can charter 40- to 80-foot boats, allowing corporate outings, private parties, or the Brady Bunch's family reunion to take place in a scenic setting.
415 Esplanade W
North Vancouver,
BC
CA
At one time, the Britannia Mine was the largest copper mine in the British Empire. It operated from 1904 to 1974, and over the course of those 70 years, more than 60,000 people of myriad races, religions, and backgrounds made it their workplace. Today, resting alongside British Columbia's sea-to-sky highway, the mine enjoys retirement as a National Historic Site, and opens its doors to visitors every day of the week year-round. Inside, dozens of exhibits, displays, and hands-on activities keep bygone eras alive, including the award-winning short film, Groundbreaking: The Britannia Mine Story, which details the mine's origins. Perhaps the museum's biggest draw, daily guided train tours head underground to showcase the sights, sounds, and working conditions of the mine. Meanwhile, back above ground, a gift shop sends visitors home with their own little pieces of history.
1 Forbes Way
Britannia Beach,
BC
CA