Location in Vancouver:
West End of downtown - two blocks West from Denman
Walking around the seawall, natural views,
numerous available forest paths, available horse-drawn tours, observing
Long stretches of the seawall have no shade. Pay
parking in effect throughout Stanley Park.
Stanley Park - City of Vancouver Official Site.
Other Trips in Vancouver Area:
Admiralty Trail (Pacific Spirit Regional Park),
Museum, Vancouver Seawall,
Canada Line Skytrain
Other BC Towns We Have Visited:
Harrison Hot Springs,
This enormous urban park is Vancouver's green
jewel, highly popular with locals and visitors alike. You can walk, jog,
bike, rollerblade, tan on a beach, sit and watch the nature, passing
boats, or the seaplanes, visit Vancouver Aquarium, have a meal in a
restaurant, and do many other things. It's a busy place any time of the
year, but, especially, during the tourist season. If, on top of that,
it's a weekend, and the sun is out, you are bound to see some serious
crowds in Stanley Park. Fortunately, it's big enough that even on a
busiest day it's often possible to find a relatively quiet and secluded
place, usually on one of the many paths in the forest.
21. The end of the path leads
onto a small bridge with four small lion statues.
Stanley Park Vancouver British Columbia Canada
22. Here is one of the small
Lion statue in Stanley Park Vancouver BC
23. From this bridge you can
check out a much larger Lions Gate Bridge.
Lions Gate Bridge seen from Stanley Park in Vancouver British Columbia
24. A larger bridge = a larger
Lion statue at Lions Gate Bridge Vancouver BC
25. Moving on, we arrive to
Prospect Point Stanley Park Vancouver BC Canada
26. In addition to having
fish'n'chips at Prospect Point, you can take a look at the Lions Gate
Bridge from the side....
Lions Gate Bridge Seen from Prospect Point Stanley Park British Columbia
27. ...or at the boats going
back and forth...
Burrard Inlet view from Stanley Park Vancouver British Columbia Canada
28...or use your zoom to check
West Vancouver's Ambleside Park across
Ambleside Park in West Vancouver seen from Stanley Park
29. After Prospect Point, we
went forward and soon reached a turnoff to the Siwash Rock viewing
Stanley Park Vancouver BC Canada
30. Here is the platform.
Siwash Rock Viewing Platform in Stanley Park Vancouver BC Canada
31. Here is the rock seen
from the platform.
Siwash Rock Stanley Park Vancouver British Columbia
32. And here is a heron sitting
on the rock seen from the platform.
Heron on Siwash Rock in Stanley Park in Vancouver BC
33. Looking to our right, we see
Stanley Park Seawall Vancouver BC Canada
34. Then, we walked a bit further
past the observation platform and took a look at the rock from its side.
Siwash Rock Stanley Park Vancouver BC
35. After that, we got down and
saw the rock from the seawall.
Stanley Park Seawall and Siwash Rock Vancouver British Columbia Canada
36. And then we turned around
and started going to the end of the seawall. Here is one of the seawall
Stanley Park Beach Vancouver BC Canada
37. Stone balancing art on
View from Stanley Park Vancouver BC
38. Finally, we walked past Lost
Lagoon and ended up at the Welcome to Vancouver sign on Georgia Street,
thus finishing our Stanley Park visit.
Welcome to Vancouver Sign on Georgia Street
After Stanley Park, we walked on
the seawall from Denman Street to Canada Place.
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