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Welcome to the University of British Columbia and Pacific Spirit Regional Park region!

This stretch of Vancouver and the University Endowment Lands encompasses the peninsula west of Kitsilano extends south to Marpole. Notable spots include Spanish Banks, Jericho Beach Park and Pacific Spirit National Park. Hike the natural beauty of the peninsula that includes steep cliffs and impressive beaches. Discover awesome views of the Georgia Strait and Downtown Vancouver.


University of BC Hiking Trails 

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Admiralty Trail 1.39 km This trail may be used for hiking. 
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Clinton Trail 1.86 km This trail may be used for hiking. 
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Council Trail 1.1 km This trail may be used for hiking. 
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Douglas Fir Trail 1.2 km This trail may be used for hiking. 
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East Canyon Trail 1.45 km This trail may be used for hiking. 
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Salish Trail 6.55 km This trail may be used for hiking. 
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"Interesting Facts" Source: 2006 Census, Statistics Canada, Wikipedia, Environment Canada

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Interesting Facts
  • Pacific Spirit Regional Park contains over 50 kilometres of trails.

  • At the base of the Douglas Fir trail is the popular clothing-optional beach called Wreck Beach.

  • The University of British Columbia Endowment Lands contains 14.13 km² of land area. The majority of which is green space.

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