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The Change of Seasons in Vancouver

The clocks have gone back and a new season has arrived here in Vancouver. While it’s a time to look forward to cozy coffee shops, warm winter jackets and fresh snow on the North shore, it’s also a time to reflect on the long, lazy summer days behind us and all the activities we enjoyed!

Lynn Canyon Bridge is one of the beautiful features of Lynn Canyon Park

Here in Vancouver that meant getting outside!  We basked in the warm afternoon sun by the blue-green waters of Lynn Canyon. We walked tall among the trees at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. We climbed Grouse Mountain just to see the view from the top (it was beautiful and totally worth it!). And yet when it was time to cool down, the fun didn’t stop there! We ate the most delicious local ice cream and drank refreshing locally brewed beers.

The view of the Grouse Mountain Gondola, an exciting way to get down Grouse Mountain after hiking up.

Sounds great, right?  It was WONDERFUL. But so is change! The new season brings new challenges but also new joys. I hope you’re looking forward to them as much as we are. Just, don’t forget your umbrella.

It rains on average 168 days in Vancouver per year. Most of those days are in the winter.