Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver
About Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver
Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number
Address: 5495 Chancellor Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6T 1E4, Canada
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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Offering a recreational space like no other, the Pacific Spirit Regional Park consist of 73 kilometre of walking trails, more than 50 kilometre of cycling ways, gorgeous beaches that offer a view of the inlet and lush greenery that is perfect for some nature therapy!
Explore wooded pathways that twirl around waterfalls, trees that add magic to the trails and lookout points that will take your breath away. The park is also dog friendly and often you will find owners taking their dogs along for the hike.
Pacific Spirit Regional Park Information
- Carry bottled drinking water and snacks.
- Do wear sturdy shoes for the hike.
- Wearing sunscreen will help to protect from the sun.
Pacific Spirit Regional Park Ticket Prices
- Admission to the place is Free.
How To reach Pacific Spirit Regional Park by Public Transport
- By Bus: EB w 16 Ave FS Blanca St
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.
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Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver Reviews - Write a Review
A great place for a quiet walk in the woods with the family. Bring the dogs, there are many off leash trails for your family friends. If you're lucky you might see a bald eagle perched in the trees. The trails are kept in good condition, and they are well marked.
it is best park i ever had. it has around 874 hectares area. It is located on Point grey area near University Endowment land. This park has 73 Km of walking and 50 Km of hiking trail. You can also do cycling and horse riding there as well. There is also beautiful beaches over there. I will recommend everyone to must visit over there.
This park is an excellent place for a leisurely walk because it provides tree coverage, park benches and varied scenery. Best for novice hikers as it's free of tree roots and has relatively even terrain Also, a very dog friendly place. However, it's mostly porta-potties with very few toilets and picnic benches.
Rainforest oasis right in close to the city. Great trails, easy to walk and well posted. Easy access to beaches.
Great for running. Cool even on a hot day. Trails are very well maintained, and I believe some may even be power wheelchair accessible!
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