Transportation

Getting Around North Vancouver

Coming from Downtown Vancouver:

For those already in the downtown area, the fastest way to get across the water is via the SeaBus Northbound to Lonsdale Quay. It will take you across the harbor in about 12 minutes. Once in North Van, you can reach the venue on foot or via bus.

Official schedules and directions from the Vancouver Trans Link website are available here:

http://www.translink.ca/

The bus, SkyTrain, and Seabus can all be paid for with a reloadable Compass Card.

Parking

For those who plan on driving, street parking in North Van can be limited at times. The location of the tournament has onsite parking, but visitors are encouraged to take public transportation if possible.

Getting Around Vancouver

Coming from north shore Vancouver:

Attractions, shopping, outdoor activities - everything you want to do and see in Vancouver is easily accessible - within walking distance, a short drive, quick ferry ride or convenient trip on Vancouvers local transit system.

Vancouver is known for being a very walkable city with a compact downtown core, so youll likely find many of the places you want to go are just a short walk from your hotel.

Taxis (including accessible wheelchair taxis) are plentiful and can be hailed on the street, as well as found at designated stands, and called for pick-up. If you prefer to drive yourself around, youll find that most major car rental companies have offices in Vancouver. Parking is available at most hotels, and is easy to find around most attractions. The EasyPark Parking App is especially handy for locating parking lots throughout the City of Vancouver.

EasyPark Parking App