The Instagrammers Guide to Vancouver!

The hashtag #Vancouver currently has 12,070,947 posts (and counting). Which can only mean one thing – there’s a whole lot to see in this city! We have taken a look through the best snaps of Vancouver, to show you the very best of what we have to offer. Get out there and take your very own shots, worthy of Instagram fame!

Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain is open all year round and is a tourist hot spot. Known for it’s winter sports in the colder season, there is also plenty to do in summer, including hiking trails, zip-lining, helicopter tours and plenty more. Providing spectacular views 365 days of the year, it’s  easy to see why this is a popular place to capture the perfect Instagram snap!

The Instagrammers guide to vancouver



Cypress Mountain

Cypress Mountain offers some of the best skiing in Vancouver during winter, and some of the best hiking opportunities in the summer. With a combination of easy, medium and difficult trails, you can be guaranteed some amazing views of the city, whatever you fitness level. Take a look at this map of trails and plan your next summer adventure!

The Instagrammers guide to vancouver


Coal Harbour

Whether you’re catching the sunrise or the sunset, that marina backdrop is hard to beat. With Stanley Park close by, Coal Harbour is always busy on a sunny day with cyclists and wanderers enjoying a stroll. Stick around for some seriously Instagram worthy shots!

The Instagrammers guide to vancouver

Canada Place

Canada Place is the hottest spot in town for some Instagram magic right now! Canada150 and Canada Day 2017 are fast approaching. Because of this, we’ve received our very own Canada 150 landmark sign. We predict this will be getting a lot of Instagram action this weekend!

The Instagrammers guide to vancouver

Stanley Park

Stanley Park is the photographers dream. You’ll find acres and acres of greenery, as well as The Lost Lagoon lake and some awesome hiking trails. Take your time to explore and you’ll capture a some amazing photographs pretty much anywhere around here!

Lions Gate Bridge

The Lions Gate Bridge opened in Vancouver in 1938, in order to create a connection between downtown Vancouver and North Vancouver. As a result, this provided commuters with an easy way to access both sides of the city. In 2017, it is most noteworthy to say it also provides photographers with a landmark which they can add to their portfolio! It gets a lot of attention on Instagram!

If this post is giving you a case of wanderlust for Vancouver, why not look into a trip this summer? If you’re a social media addict, your friends will be jealous to your trip to Vancity! Take a look at our website for details on rates and rooms.

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