ADD TO LISTEagle Harbour is not really a tourist destination, and it's among Canada's less visited places. Travelers passing through the area usually stick to more popular destinations such as Vancouver, North Vancouver, and Burnaby. Know something about Eagle Harbour? Please share what you know by adding to the Eagle Harbour travel guide.
Travel Tips from people who've been to Eagle Harbour
Bus number 250 takes you here from either the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal or from Park Royal shopping mall, or from downtown Vancouver. It goes along Marine drive, very scenic. if you are aiming for Eagle Harbour, make sure to catch the regular bus, not the express, which takes the highway, bypassing it all together. see www.translink.bc.ca for more details. weekends, and weekdays after 6.30pm are all zones for the price of 1 zone, so don't accidentally pay extra! Eagle Harbour is in West Van, part of the North Shore, so is in "Zone 2" downtown Vancouver is "Zone 1" In that general area, there are a lot of outdoor activites such as Tidley Cove beach combing (where a scene of Free Willy was fimed) and there are thousands of purple starfish, and Lighthouse Park's many hiking trails. (the lighthouse is clearly part of the North Shore skyline- right at the end of it.)
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