A newly found favourite of ours is Deep Cove in North Vancouver. On a couple of recent visits to the Coast we have made the short drive down to the cove. This past weekend we enjoyed a pristine evening as the sun set at the end of a perfect summer day. We listened to live music in Panorama Park and enjoyed our dinner, fish and chips, on the beach. Please follow the link to view more photos from Deep Cove.
Deep Cove refers to both the community in the easternmost part of the District of North Vancouver, in British Columbia, Canada, and also the geographic name of the small bay beside the town. It is affectionately referred to as "The Cove" by local residents. Located at the foot of Mount Seymour, Deep Cove faces due east, fronting on to Indian Arm, a branch of the Burrard Inlet. The area is the traditional territory of the Tsleil-Waututh and Sḵwxwú7mesh, the Indigenous, of the Coast Salish First Nations. Deep Cove is 13 kilometres (8 miles) from downtown Vancouver.