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Get to Know West Vancouver

Get to know West Vancouver including the British Properties, Caulfeild, Cypress Park Estates, Dundarave, Ambleside, Westbay, Eagle Harbour, Gleneagles, Horseshoe Bay, Westmount, Altamont, Westhill, Glenmore, Cederdale, Sentinel Hill, Chartwell, Canterbury, Whitby Estates, Chelsea Park, Panorma Village, Deer Ridge, Sandy Cove, Queens, Bayridge, Rockridge, Cypress, Eagleridge, Whytecliff, and Lions Bay



West Vancouver

Getting to know West Vancouver

WEST VANCOUVER

The District of West Vancouver, stretching along 28 kilometres of shoreline and up the slopes of Hollyburn Ridge, began as a popular summer holiday destination and has grown to become one of the most affluent cities in Canada.

Located on the North Shore across the Burrard Inlet via the Lions Gate Bridge (originally constructed in the 1930s by Britain’s Guinness family) from Vancouver, West Vancouver has a population of close to 43,000 and is home to splendid parks, ski trails, beaches and miles and miles of natural beauty.

Residents of West Vancouver live and work on the unceded traditional territories of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

West Vancouver’s spectacular coastline and mountain backdrop provides the perfect setting for this quintessential west coast city. Immerse yourself in the wonderful communities that make up West Vancouver including the British Properties, Caulfeild, Cypress Park Estates, Dundarave, Ambleside, Westbay, Eagle Harbour, Gleneagles, Horseshoe Bay, Westmount, Altamont, Westhill, Glenmore, Cederdale, Sentinel Hill, Chartwell, Canterbury, Whitby Estates, Chelsea Park, Panorma Village, Deer Ridge, Sandy Cove, Queens, Bayridge, Rockridge, Cypress, Ealgeridge, Whytecliff, and Lions Bay.

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Getting to know West Vancouver

WEST VANCOUVER

An Aerial Tour of West Vancouver and North Vancouver - The North Shore