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Stanley Park Seawall

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 4.1 (10)

A paved trail along the sea circumnavigating one of the most famous city parks in the world.


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5.3

Miles

8.5

KM

Point to Point

36' 11 m

High

6' 2 m

Low

123' 38 m

Up

118' 36 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (0°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Birding · Lake · Swimming · Views

Description

Starting at the southeast side of Stanley Park follow the path counter-clockwise. You'll soon pass the Vancouver Rowing Club. Next you'll pass Deadman's Island just off the shore to your right. Soon you'll be headed north and at the northern end of the park you'll pass under Lion's Gate bridge (highway 99). The path will now head west.

From here you'll pass scenic Siwash rock which marks the change to a southern direction. You'll soon pass Third Beach and the Stanley Park Teahouse. The path ends at Second Beach.

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Tad Davis

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  4.1 from 10 votes

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Siwash Wall with North Vancouver to the right
Apr 30, 2015 near West End, BC
North Vancouver
Apr 30, 2015 near West End, BC
North Vancouver from the Stanley Park Seawall Trail.
Apr 30, 2015 near West End, BC
View from the Seawall.
Apr 30, 2015 near West End, BC
Enjoy "Girl in a Wetsuit" by Elek Imredy just off the Stanley Park Seawall.
Mar 6, 2017 near West End, BC
View out to sea from Second Beach
Apr 30, 2015 near West End, BC

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Feb 12, 2022
Braedon Snyder
Feb 1, 2022
Niels Volkerts
May 23, 2019
Cheryl Chow
Apr 21, 2019
Hans Meier
Mar 9, 2019
Ellen Brynn
Aug 12, 2018
Stephen Davis
The trial is completely paved and always divided into a side for cyclists/rollerbladers and a side for walkers. Though touristy, it’s gorgeous. 5.5mi
Jul 18, 2018
Tim Everitt
Jun 5, 2018
Israel Soriano