Edgemont Village is one of North Vancouver’s most precious jewels. Local residents absolutely love living in this tight-knit neighbourhood and are big participants in the many annual festivals and events.

Families and friends are always gathering to chat at the many coffee houses and shop in the unique specialty stores that line Edgemont Boulevard. Butchers, bakers, art galleries and clothing stores fit in easily among the banks and professional businesses. Nearby schools and a local library are also part of the mix.

This well established enclave is at the foot of Grouse Mountain and is moments from the world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge and Highway 1.
Edgemont a natural destination for tourists and locals visiting Grouse’s Skyride mountain tram or those who challenge the physically demanding Grouse Grind hiking trail. Cap Bridge stretches across the canyon, over the Capilano River and also offers the Treetops attraction and the Cliff Walk feature, perching visitors over old growth forests and beyond a granite ledge that anchors the walking platform. These natural, major attractions are two of Vancouver’s big five tourist “must-do’s”, when coming to Vancouver.

When you think of the word “charming”, you’ll think of Edgemont Village and all of the interesting features it has to offer.