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North America's third-largest park draws eight million visitors per year, many of whom may skate or walk past you on the Seawall, a scenic, 5.5-mile path running along the water on the park's perimeter. It's just one of many trails among the park's...more
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Get away from city life by taking a walk around Stanley Park. Whether you walk or cycle the sea wall or navigate the rainforest paths, Stanley Park is a lovely place to visit. The aquarium and Totem poles are also worth a visit.
Lovely park cris crossed with walking trails. Take time, food and water.
In October definitely wet weather shoes (and probably wet weather everything else at this time of year)
Tip- If you’re cycling you must ride the park in an anti clockwise path. Half way...More
A must see. Amazingly beautiful trails which are easy to navigate and accessible by wheelchair. The tress, I don’t even know where to start....the most beautiful forest I have ever had the pleasure of strolling through. There are bike trails, walking trails, beaches, it goes...More
Stanley Park puts nature right next door to the city. It's relaxing and beautiful. I first took a bus tour and took note of where I wanted to explore further. Easy to rent bikes if you want to bike instead of walk
Beautiful view, good roads for cycling, we hired the our bikes &drove around the park, it was smooth &easy drive. They have a separate cycling path. The view is breath taking. Do not forget to carry water while walking /cycling.
Walking the seawall from the Lost Lagoon to Prospect Point (5 km) even in the rain half of the time was enjoyable! The harbor was busy with tour seaplanes taking off and landing. There were hundred of boats. Albeit it’s cloudy, the Vancouver skyline was...More
Stanley Park is Vancouver's premier spot to get up close and personal with nature and animals. The grassy expanse offers outdoor teahouses and stunning views, beachfront hideaways and splash parks. It is a typical getaway spot for friends and families, especially as it is home to Vancouver's aquarium, and some of its best equestrian outlets.
Response from 430nataliel | Reviewed this property |
I went today and it was beautiful. The park is safe, I passed a policeman patrolling on a motor bike. The weather is perfect. A light wind jacket is all you need. The cafe at Third beach was closed today. Hire a bike outside... More
I went today and it was beautiful. The park is safe, I passed a policeman patrolling on a motor bike. The weather is perfect. A light wind jacket is all you need. The cafe at Third beach was closed today. Hire a bike outside the park or download the Mobi app for bikes inside the park.
Response from Frankee11 | Reviewed this property |
I suspect it will be quite chilly. Depends on what you are used to. If you are from a country that is warmish in Nov, then yes you will probably find it too cold. If you are from the northern US or England and are used to... More
I suspect it will be quite chilly. Depends on what you are used to. If you are from a country that is warmish in Nov, then yes you will probably find it too cold. If you are from the northern US or England and are used to biking in November, then it will be similar to what you are used to. We were there in August and it was occassionally drizzly but warm enough that some hardy women had sleeveless tops on. It was around 70 F degrees. November is going to be considerably colder than that.