North Shore Salmon Habitat Conservation Interpretive Walk

Walk #1 – Lower Lynn Creek

 Route runs along Lynn Creek from Morton Creek Hatchery to the Lynn Creek Estuary by Lynnmouth Park. Walk, run or bike on this mostly off road route!

This interpretive walk showcases a newly installed community art project along with public art works and salmon conservation initiatives aimed at protecting and enhancing North Shore salmon and important salmon habitat through this urban and wild corridor situated on Traditional Coast Salish Territory.

  1. Morton Creek Hatchery
  2. Hastings Creek
  3. Lynn Creek metal bridge viewpoint
  4. Lynn Creek off-channel restored habitat
  5. Lynn Creek Community Art Project
  6. Keith Creek Habitat Restoration
  7. Coho Festival banners*
  8. First Nations sculpture “Serpent Walk”
  9. Lower Lynn Creek riparian zone habitat restoration
  10. MEC rain garden habitat restoration
  11. Art sculpture “”Swale”
  12. Estuary Restoration Zone
  13. Lynnmouth Kiosk – information station
  14. Riparian zone habitat restoration
  15. Estuary kelp bed restoration zone
  16. Harbourview Park/ Burrard Inlet viewpoint

*  Each year August – October Coho Festival banners can be seen along Marine Drive and Keith Bridge identifying the salmon found in streams and rivers on traditional First Nations land and through the three municipalities of the North Shore. The Coho Festival is held on the 2nd Sunday in September and the Coast Salish’s Community ‘Blessing of the Salmon’ is a highlight!