604 Trails: Norvan Falls at Lynn Headwaters Regional Park

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Norvan Falls

Venture yonder into the rich green forests of Lynn Headwaters Regional Park in North Vancouver and you may come across Norvan Falls.

The relatively flat and intermediate hike of around 12 km to the waterfall can be completed year-round but does have a muddy stretch in the wetter seasons. The trail offers river, mountain and forest scenery along the way and is dog-friendly.

Check out all that the Norvan Falls Hike at Lynn Headwaters Regional Park in North Vancouver has to offer in these scenic videos:

“The hike to Norvan Falls in Lynn Headerwaters Regional Park in North Vancouver, BC, Canada. The hike follows the Cedar Mils Trail along Lynn Creek to the Debris Chute, then continues along the Headwaters Trail to Norvan Creek.”

Visit the Norvan Falls Hike information page by Vancouver Trails for more information about the hiking trail, waterfall and regional park. Follow Vancouver Trails on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as your resource for hiking trails in south western British Columbia.

Norvan Falls

604 Trails is an ongoing series of trails around metro Vancouver. Explore more trails, including Conflict Lake, Deer Lake Park, Alice Lake, and Crystal Falls.


By Amar Mirchandani @amarmirch
Photo credit: Vancouver Trails / Video credit: Vancouver Trails, Outdoor Vancouver

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