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Anonymous Art, West Vancouver beach

Anonymous Art, West Vancouver beach

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Aerial view of the North Shore (North and West Vancouver, BC)

Welcome totem | Ambleside Park in West Vancouver

Welcome totem | Ambleside Park in West Vancouver

Kitsilano Pool Wind Swimmer -  The Wind Swimmer sculpture by artist Doug Taylor was inspired by the artist’s meeting with an older man who swam regularly off Stanley Park. The prototype was made in 1993 for the Artropolis exhibition and installed in Stanley Park, but it was smashed by a log.  The current Wind Swimmer sculpture was installed at Kits Beach in 1996. At winds of more than 55mph, it turns sideways and slows down.

Kits history lesson: How we got our iconic Kitsilano Pool Wind Swimmer

Exploring Cates Park with Takaya Native American Tours in North Vancouver

Experience unique cultural adventures with Takaya Tours. Take an ancestral walking tour and a canoe excursion in Whey-ah-Wichen, also known as Cates Park, lo.

View of the surrounding mountains from Dog Mountain, North Vancouver

Dog Mountain hike at Seymour Mountain, North Vancouver, BC

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