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Named for the Point Atkinson Lighthouse located on its grounds, this coastal and rugged park is popular for day hikes. A beautiful old growth temperate rainforest along Burrard Inlet offers several easy walking trails with beautiful panoramic views.
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This is absolutely beautiful little hike ! The park it self is just green with amazing huge trees and it is breathtaking ! If you take beacon trail to get to the light house ... well you are wrong ! It will take you to...More
You see big trees as soon as you leave the parking lot. It has easy graded paths or rugged trails. It has short walks to lovely destinations or an hour walk around the perimeter. There are great viewpoints such as Jack Pine Point and rock...More
We were recommended by a local to do this hike, he said you can sometimes see whales or seals (which we did not) but it was totally worth it!
The hike is nice, but the views are stunning. Lighthouses and water and massive trees. It...More
The sights were spectacular in Lighthouse park I would highly recommend. Some of the trails are a bit hard with all the ups and downs so not for novice hikers or walkers. The sole reason I did not rate this five stars is because the...More
Just the perfect way to see another side of Vancouver with the most incredible views and so many points along the way. Really quiet compared to lots of places, and such a good way to see Downtown from across the water - really fantastic views.
Nice walks in a secluded rainforest atmosphere. Lots of mossy drapes hanging from the trees and other vegetation. Signposts in the carpark highlighted the routes and gave good indication of the difficulty of some of the terrain. However in the park there was a lack...More
Walked the Valley of the Giants, Arbutus and East Beach walks. Many intersections were not marked so you need the map and some navigation skills. Also the tracks are not very well maintained so some are more like creeks and very rutted which was OK...More
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There isn't any overflow parking but there are a number of residential side streets that are 5-10 min from the park entrance. When we were there, we actually parked 3 streets down and asked one of the city bylaw officers who... More
There isn't any overflow parking but there are a number of residential side streets that are 5-10 min from the park entrance. When we were there, we actually parked 3 streets down and asked one of the city bylaw officers who happened to be walking around if we could park along the side streets and he said he was fine.