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Parker och natur i Vancouver

Hamn / marina
“Go for a stroll or bike ride around False Creek, maybe stop at Granville Island along the way”
40lokala rekommendationer
“Lovely waterfront park a short stroll away. Walk down Main Street towards the mountains and you can't miss it.”
55lokala rekommendationer
“Vancouver Lookout offers 360 degree views of Vancouver and beyond. Its Observation Deck is 168.8 metres (553.16 feet) above Vancouver. The lookout’s UFO-shaped design is the main feature of Vancouver’s skyline.”
36lokala rekommendationer
“Second Beach is located in Stanley Park and also features an oceanside, heated, outdoor pool. Barbeques can be used at nearby Ceperley Meadow. ”
28lokala rekommendationer
“Soak in the sun, or take a long walk along the beach and enjoy the views of Burrard Inlet and North Vancouver. ”
29lokala rekommendationer
“Located in beautiful Queen Elizabeth Park, Bloedel Conservatory is a domed lush paradise atop Vancouver’s highest point. More than 120 free-flying exotic birds, 500 exotic plants and flowers thrive within its temperature-controlled environment.”
38lokala rekommendationer
“Simply beautiful at any time of year with great walking paths stunning views and lovely park with duck pond lots of birds trees as well as a lovely beach for swimming in the summer and tourists don't go Here! Easy to get to by bike. Us or car with lots of parking. Our favourite spot!”
33lokala rekommendationer
Hamn / marina
“Great place to rent paddle boards, small sail boat lessons etc plus has a great little patio upstairs, food, beer, and stunning views of the bay and mountains!! ”
32lokala rekommendationer
“Popular, small park near Main st, bring a growler to fill at a close by brewery.”
26lokala rekommendationer
“Lost Lagoon was given it's name due to a poem written by early century poet, Pauline Johnson aka Tekahionwake. This is a man made lake with swans that is often overlooked when people visit Stanley Park. It was not a lake when Pauline Johnson lived there but more of a swamp. It was filled when the road was built to connect Vancouver with Stanley Park on the East side from Georgia St. into the park in 1938. There were swans that occupied the lagoon until 2016 when they were relocated to a sanctuary. ”
21lokala rekommendationer
“A beach that provides a beautiful view of the sunset. Also a nice place to go for a walk as you can walk a kilometer out into the sea.”
13lokala rekommendationer
Baseball Stadium
“Take me out to the ball game - you don't have to go downtown, just across main street! ”
26lokala rekommendationer
“Located west of Jericho Beach. Designated a 'quiet beach'. Amenities include washrooms, picnic tables, concession and free parking. It does get busy in the summer though, so parking can be a problem. ”
17lokala rekommendationer
“Fantastic walking trails, but you can get lost so look at the maps at the intersection of trails. You can walk all the way to UBC once you are in the trails. ”
12lokala rekommendationer
“Just a brisk walk from home and you'll end up here with an amazing view of Granville Island and the waters! Sit here by the fountains sipping on hot coffee or tea.”
18lokala rekommendationer
“Really nice views of downtown. Much quieter and family-friendly. It's also along the seawall bike trail!”
13lokala rekommendationer