Stanley-Park-Seawall Stanley Park Seawall | Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park | Mountain Guru

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The seawall was originally built to prevent erosion into the waters surrounding Stanley Park in 1918. Access to the Stanley Park seawall also available at the North end of Beach Ave. Frequent wind storms cause parts of the seawall to be closed temporarily. The total distance of the entire downtown Vancouver seawall is 22 km. The Stanley Park portion is 8.0 km although some guides may measure slightly longer depending on where they mark the trailhead.

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This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be used for biking.This trail may be equipped with or connects to a trail with public restrooms.
Skill: 0 out of 4
Coordinates: 49.295083
Rating 3 out of 5 (2 votes)
Distance: 8.0 km
Return Trip: 16 km
Elevation: 1 m
Trail Type: A to B
Trailhead: NE of Georgia St and Chilco St
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