Easy 1.9-km Hike Near Vancouver Ends In A Crystal Clear Swimming Hole

Serious summer vibes.
Emerald Waterfall Swimming Hole In BC Is The Perfect Summer Hike
Staff Writer

While summertime is extraordinary, we could deal without the scorching temperatures. One of the most pleasant ways to beat the heat isn't sitting in front of your fan on max, but taking a refreshing dip. This easy hike will take you to a tranquil emerald waterfall swimming hole in B.C .

Close to home, you can spend your free time relaxing at a picturesque urban oasis. Forget doing laps at the indoor community pool that smells like chlorine, here you can float in a natural body of crystal clear water .

The 30 Foot Pool in Lynn Canyon is the number one swimming hole near Vancouver. It just isn't summer until you've taken a dip here.

It's really easy to get to from the city. Plus, we can't help but love how you can float peacefully right next to a waterfall too.

The dreamy spot is something you expect to find in the lush jungles of Costa Rica or Jamaica , but the 30 Foot Pool is practically in our backyard.

To get here, you'll need to cross a suspension bridge and follow a short 1.9-kilometre loop trail. The journey is so quick; you'll be splashing your friends in minutes.

The 30 Foot Pool is roughly halfway along the trail, so you might get there faster than it takes your BFF to parrel park their car.

Even in the summertime, the water here remains brisk, but all it takes is a quick lap around to help you cool down.

When going, it is a fantastic idea to pack a picnic. There is plenty of space to relax with a book and snacks.

Or you could take a seat on the river rocks and soak your feet.

Starting from June until early September, Lynn Canyon can get very crowded with tourists and locals alike. It is a good idea to go on weekdays or arrive early on weekends to claim a spot.

30 Foot Pool At Lynn Canyon

Price: Free

Address: 3690 Park Rd., North Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: It is the best swimming hole you'll find near Vancouver.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

Stephanie White
Staff Writer