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Seawall in Vancouver

Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
+1 902-837-7415
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Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

In the midst of crowded centre of Vancouver, in the jewel that is Stanley Park, the spectacular pathway that is the "Seawall". Seems like it's always busy, but shared between those ' rolling', ie bikes and the 'on foots', it ' works'. Nearly 10 kms...More

Thank r s
Reviewed yesterday

Lovely place to walk or run, it's very relaxing, take some morning tea and enjoy the views or hire a bike!

Thank Lee D
Reviewed 3 days ago

Not a fan of cycling, I was reconsidering my agreement to cycle Stanley Park but it's easy, flat and the whole wall takes no time at all, allowing for several stops on the way.. Rented our bikes from Spokes and we were off.. Lovely views....More

1  Thank Godet
Reviewed 3 days ago

Take the time to stroll or bike or jog along the seawall. It's a wonderful way to see the city of Vancouver from a bit of distance. Just be aware of how long a walk it can be if you try to go the entire...More

1  Thank touringirrl
Reviewed 3 days ago

It is a nice path between Stanley Park and the ocean, but if you want to do it all I suggest to rent a bicycle, it is quite long (and it is one-way).

Thank TheNike
Reviewed 4 days ago

We strolled along the sea wall/foreshore on our way to Stanley Park - very pleasant way to spend half or even a full day. Many hired a bike which would be a great idea as the park and seawall paths are extensive.

Thank Tripmode33
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The seawall is long. You could maybe cover it in a day of walking. We only covered about 5km on this visit, from Hallelujah Point just before the 9 o'clock gun to the Teahouse. The wall is divided into pedestrians and pedallers (bikes). Occasional benches...More

Thank AlleVast
Reviewed 4 days ago

We rented bikes and rode around the seawall. Very well laid out with all the bike traffic going in one direction. Had lunch at the Tea House which was very good.

1  Thank jeffh92017
Reviewed 4 days ago

My husband, our son and myself spent most of the day in and around Stanley Park. We walked along the sea wall from the cruise terminal. Weather was great and we thoroughly enjoyed the long walk. There are two paths, one for cycling and the...More

Thank magsdan29
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We spent the entire day here, basically. We walked to Stanley Park along the sea wall, then walked back to the ferry to Granville Island, ate there, ferried back to Lam Park, then continued walking to the casino. Then through Yaletown, stopped for a beer,...More

Thank Marc L
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Sugarcrash
We hava a multigenerational family vacation planned for July. Kids would like to bike the seawall, and grandma doesn't bike. Is there an option for a rickshaw or something to all do together while the kids burn some energy off?
June 24, 2017|
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Response from John M | Reviewed this property |
Yes, A rickshaw can be used to travel around the seawall
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Gary L
My wife and I will be in Vancouver for one day in July and want to see some of the sites such as Stanley Park, Capilano Bridge, and the Vancouver Seawall. I'm fairly certain we won't have time to hike the entire seawall. Can you suggest a scenic section of 7 kilometers or less?
January 31, 2017|
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Response from WheezyKB | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at the Pinnacle Hotel in town the night before our cruise. I got up and walked/ ran the seawall at 6 am, did about 7 miles round trip, loved every minute! So beautiful and peaceful. If you are staying in town you... More
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angelan1246
My husband and I will be in Vancouver nov, 7-9. Any interest point do you recommend in November for three days, any place to stay and to eat, thank you
September 24, 2016|
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Response from 15ann250 | Reviewed this property |
November is not a great time in Vancouver. It rains a lot. I would suggest 2 Pacific Northwest galleries/museums. The Bill Read gallery on Hornby Street and the museum of Anthropology at UBC. Also wander through the... More
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