Women’s Travel Tip: Save Money Sightseeing in Vancouver

by | Jan 4, 2017

Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

Last updated on March 4th, 2021

Photo credit: Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge by Eagle on Adobe Stock

Enjoy this tip about Vancouver, BC, Canada from the JourneyWoman community!

Be a savvy solo traveller

“Here’s a little secret for JourneyWoman readers. When visiting Vancouver, instead of spending $40 on a ticket to walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge to explore the trails on the other side, instead head to the Lynn Canyon Suspension bridge – it’s free! And there are also lots of trails on the other side to explore. The two bridges are about 15 minutes’ drive apart and both are beautiful and fun but only the suspension bridge at Lynn Valley will help you to extend your travel budget. Check their website for photos of what you will be able to see when you visit: lynncanyon.ca/information/

– Cheryl, Surrey, Canada

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