Upper Lonsdale

Upper Lonsdale is a suburban area in both the City and District of North Vancouver. This area runs north of Highway 1 (around 24th Street) to the corner of Lonsdale and Rockland (where Lonsdale Avenue comes to an end). The first 5 blocks up Lonsdale Avenue (from 25th Street to 29th Street) are part of the City of North Vancouver, while the remaining blocks (29th Street to Rockland) belong to the District of North Vancouver. Upper Lonsdale is the more residential part of Lonsdale Avenue, although it does have a couple blocks of shops and services (all of which run from 29th Street up to Kings Road--only two blocks). The peak of Lonsdale Avenue (where it meets Rockland) sits at an elevation of 850 feet above sea level whereas Lower Lonsdale (a mere 5 minute drive south) sits at sea level at some points).

Neighbourhoods in the City and District of North Vancouver, British Columbia
Neighbourhoods
  • Blueridge
  • Boulevard
  • Canyon Heights
  • Capilano
  • Central Lonsdale
  • Cleveland Park
  • Cove Cliff
  • Deep Cove
  • Delbrook
  • Edgemont Village
  • Forest Hills
  • Grouse Woods
  • Hamilton
  • Keith Lynn
  • Lionsview
  • Lower Lonsdale
  • Lynn Creek
  • Lynnmour
  • Lynn Valley
  • Maplewood
  • Norgate
  • Pemberton
  • Pemberton Heights
  • Queensbury
  • Riverside
  • Seymour
  • Strathcona
  • Upper Lonsdale
First Nations
  • Burrard Reserve
  • Squamish Nation

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