Shopping & Dining
Wander from shop to shop, enjoy the cafés & restaurants, be spoiled by the consistent personal attention, meet a friend for lunch, take in an outdoor music concert or family festival... Edgemont Village is unique among shopping experiences. Join us!
North Vancouver Library Capilano Branch
Located in the heart of Edgemont Village, the Capilano Branch Library is a cornerstone of the Edgemont community. The spacious library features reading areas, a wonderful children’s section on the main floor, a teen area on the second floor, a quiet study room, public computer terminals and a great selection of books, music, movies and more. Throughout the year they offer storytimes and events for children as well as programs for adults.
Murdo Frazer Park & duck pond
A hidden gem that not many people know about. It’s a great area to lay back and enjoy the scenery from a bench, feed the ducks, or just enjoying a nice walk around the pond.
Murdo Frazer Golf Course
Known as the best pitch & putt in the lower mainland. We try to maintain Murdo Frazer attempts to make their pitch & putt feel like you’re on “the big course” without the price or time commitment. A great golf experience at a really good price!
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives - the world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, the seven bridges of Treetops Adventure and the new Cliffwalk, a heart-stopping cliffside journey high above Capilano River. The 450 foot long, 230 foot high Capilano Suspension Bridge has thrilled visitors since 1889. While the wobbly bridge and stunning location have become an iconic Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience. History, culture and nature are presented through knowledgeable staff and interpretive signage.
The Capilano Salmon Hatchery
The Capilano Salmon Hatchery is located on the Capilano River in Capilano River Regional Park. With over 400,000 visitors annually, the Capilano Hatchery is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. Great news for your budget too, as admission to this popular attraction is free. Bring a camera, hiking shoes and picnic if you desire. You easily can spend a couple of hours here.
Exceeding 1,200m in altitude at its peak, Grouse Mountain is the site of an alpine ski area in the winter season overlooking Greater Vancouver with four chairlifts facilitating 26 runs. In the summer, the mountain features lumberjack shows, guided tours, casual strolls, ziplining, helicopter excursions, and the 2.9km hiking trail known as the Grouse Grind. Year-round operations include a 100-seat mountaintop theatre and a wildlife refuge. Public access to the mountain top is via a Swiss Garaventa aerial tramway, or the Grouse Grind hiking trail.
The Grouse Grind®
The Grouse Grind® is a 2.9-kilometre trail up the face of Grouse Mountain, commonly referred to as “Mother Nature’s Stairmaster.” This trail is very challenging. Keep in mind that there is a wide range of mountaintop trails that might better suit the average hiker.