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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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My advice - rent one of the Mobi public bikes (download the app, easy to do) and make it your mission to go right round lark, 6 miles in total.
Along the way you will see lighthouses, suspension bridges, harbours, secluded beeches, stunning views and...More
I went there with my family in summer time, we had a walk along the sea in Stanley park. The summer sunshine is always amazing in Vancouver, but the wind from the sea is cool. I could even smell the sea from the sea breeze,...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 Valeriee2016 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Robert. Depends how you are feeling at the time either to bike or walk. The views are lovely which ever way u do it. There is a cycle track for bikes and a path to walk on so u don’t need to feel u have to keep... More
I agree with Robert. Depends how you are feeling at the time either to bike or walk. The views are lovely which ever way u do it. There is a cycle track for bikes and a path to walk on so u don’t need to feel u have to keep moving out of bikes way.