Capilano Salmon Hatchery

Capilano Salmon Hatchery website
General Information:

The Capilano River originates near Capilano Mountain, 32 km upstream from the west end of Burrard Inlet. Capilano River Regional Park, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada - just minutes from downtown Vancouver.

Capilano Road north (Capilano Road exit from Highway #1 or North Vancouver exit off Lions Gate Bridge, then left up Capilano Road) .5 km past the Suspension Bridge. Turn Left on to Capilano Park Road (Look for sign "Capilano River Regional Park") and proceed down 1 km to end of the road.

Capilano Salmon Hatchery was built below Cleveland Dam in order to rear and release the diminishing stock of both Coho Salmon and Steelhead Trout. The hatchery is an ideal environment for visitors to learn about the lifecycle of salmon. Over 400,000 visitors annually, both local and international, visit the public viewing area at the Capilano Hatchery.

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