Cypress Provincial Park map. Detailed map of Cypress Provincial Park

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Park Highlights

The towering North Shore Mountains which form a backdrop to the bustling city of Vancouver have beckoned outdoor recreationists for many years.

Bounded on the west by Howe Sound, on the north and east by the ridgetops of Mount Strachan and Hollyburn Mountain and to the south by West Vancouver, Cypress Provincial Park sits like a ship's crows nest high above Vancouver.

On a clear day the views are spectacular! To the south is the sprawling metropolitan area of Vancouver, while to the southeast is snowclad Mount Baker in the Cascade Mountain chain. To the west and southwest lie the Gulf Islands and Vancouver Island with Georgia Strait in the foreground.

The diversity of natural features, old-growth trees and outdoor recreation opportunities both summer and winter, is due partly to the climate of coastal British Columbia which provides many warm days for hikers and sightseers. No matter what the season or the weather, Cypress Provincial Park is an enjoyable place to be. Hiking, sightseeing, photography, wilderness camping, mountain biking (in limited areas), skiing and other snow-related activities are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed here.

Hiking

Bicycle Trail

Parking

Snowmobiling

Viewpoint

Fishing

Wheelchair Access

Warming Hut

Picnic Area

Cypress Provincial Park map. Detailed map of Cypress Provincial Park

,  British Columbia, Canada