The Vancouver Seawall was created to prevent the sea from encroaching on to the cliffs that surround Stanley Park in Vancouver. It is indeed a unique attraction. Although the purpose of the pathway created was completely different, the wall pathway has become a meeting point and tourist attraction like no other.
The views from the path are simply stunning. The mighty mountains on one side and the lovely green water on the other; what could possibly be better? The place is very popular with pedestrians and cyclists (although the two don’t necessarily get along) in the evenings. And while it is very popular with the locals, tourists will love this place too.
There is a rollerblading area nearby as well and you can sit on the steps or even fish in the area. If you are going to Stanley Park, then the Seawall is a definite must visit that is worth your while.
A part of the Stanley Park, the Seawall in Vancouver is a pedestrian stone wall constructed with a pathway used to ride bicycles. The view of the Biurrard Inlet from here is refreshing with the Royal Yatch club and the Deaman’s Island seen at a distance. If you are visiting during afternoons, carry a picnic basket with you to make the most of the place while a ferry or an Aqua-bus ride along the seawall is perfect if you don’t want to walk the extensive 22 kilometres.
The nearby Kitsilano Beach is a local favorite during summers while the wildlife, greenery and the gorgeous view all along the seawall, is where the charm lies.
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Easily one of the most beautiful things about the city of Vancouver. Rain or shine, I always enjoy a stroll around the Seawall. It's a lovely place to be alone, or with someone special. The Vancouver skyline acts as a busy contrast to the greenery of Stanley Park, which in turn sets a calming foil to the city. I've yet to walk all the way around Stanley Park, but have gotten close; maybe one day. The Seawall is a waterfront experience everyone can enjoy.
If you are staying downtown Vancouver and have a couple hours to spare, I would highly recommend checking out the Vancouver Seawall. It's great for a walk, jog or bike!
Stanley Park was Vancouver's first park, and a is a national historic site of Canada. The 1,001-acre green oasis is almost entirely surrounded by Pacific Ocean waters, and features trails, beaches, local wildlife and historic landmarks.
Very scenic spot and it is a great walk or cycle around the seawall. It is very relaxing. You'll also be able to see the skyline of downtown Vancouver. Definitely must do if you're visiting the city.
A must do experience if visiting Vancouver in sunny weather. Obey the local rules regarding walking/cycling sections...the locals are famously uptight and can get verbally aggressive if you disobey the signage. Plenty of excellent photo opportunities and a few nice beaches along the route.