Lynn Canyon

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Well, after being in the most famous bridge of Vancouver, the Capilano bridge,  I finally went to this other park with my girlfriend (So beauty she is) and I could realize some of the differences between the two parks. I will tell you now

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This park it is a free Park, so comparing with Capilanos bridge park that it has all routes marked and you can not get out of your way, in this case there is nothing marked and you could go wherever you want and make your own adventure and explore anything! As you can see in the picture, you had one little road but you could follow it or not:

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Greetings folks!

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The great trees of the forest:

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In a trunk and it seems I am pregnant:

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Sometimes the Park seemed a great jungle:

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And finally we arrived to the bridge!

Indeed, compared with the Capilano suspension bridge, the bridge is much smaller and has only a few meters of length, but I liked more the feeling that the water passes underneath, with more noise, more strength and more shocking.
Me and my girlfriend stayed there a while looking the strength of water under our feet and it was incredible.

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Then, with our explorer soul we go to make our little adventure. We walked pretty much and we reach the river flush. The river reminded me those animal documentaries where there arebears hunting salmon in the river. Kind of:


Happened that sometimes my girlfriend and I were completely alone in the Park and according to the previous image, we began to think in “What if we meet a bear now? What could we do? Are we strong enough to fight with him? “.

Even my girlfriend with that thought stuck in his head, she yelled because she saw some animal crossing from side to side of the weed but she did not realize what was exactly. It was a fun moment though.

scared pirate

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