Cleveland Dam

Built in 1954, the Cleveland Dam was constructed for a number of important reasons. Unlike many other dams though, this one is not used for hydroelectricity. Instead, the original purpose of the dam was to hold back water entering into Burrard Inlet, which used to come in at a heavy pace carrying with it a hearty amount of silt and rocks, as well as a heavy current. Cleveland Dam was also constructed to protect a means of fresh drinking water for the lower mainland of Vancouver. In fact, the lake above Cleveland Dam provides the lower mainland with a whopping 40% of its fresh drinking water.

These days, Cleveland Dam makes up a part of North Vancouver that has quickly become a popular tourism destination and in the area around the dam, there are a number of parks and hiking paths. The dam itself sits in a protected park called Capilano River Regional Park, which also encompasses Capilano Lake, the body of water that the 300-foot spillway of the dam encloses. In the area, visitors can also find attractions such as the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Lynn Canyon Park, and Grouse Mountain.
Adres: North Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Vancouver Coastal Canyon Tour

Verken drie van de mooiste parken van Vancouver tijdens deze rondleiding van een hele dag: Capilano Canyon, Whytecliff Park en Lighthouse Park. In Capilano Canyon, bewonder de Lions-bergen, het stuwmeer en de Cleveland Dam. Maak vanuit Whytecliff Park foto's van het Bowen Island in Howe Sound. Na een korte wandeling naar een uitkijkpunt op het strand, brengt een mooie rit langs de ruige kustlijn u naar Lions Park, met eersteklas uitzicht op de Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver en Vancouver Island. Retourhoteltransport inclusief.
  • Duur: 6 uur
  • Aangeboden in: Engels
US$ 120,77
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  • Duur: 6 uur
  • Aangeboden in: Engels
US$ 120,77

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