When I first began doing research about Vancouver all sources mentioned the Seawall.
I thought the seawall was only a 10 KM loop around the famous Stanley Park, but as it turns out the seawall is actually approximately 22 KM (depending who you ask) and goes up along the waterfront of False Creek and beyond.
I had walked a little in the False Creek area before but had mostly just stuck to the water, but this time when I walked the seawall I walked from Burrard Street area up close to the Cambie Bridge. It was about a 3 KM stroll and was such a gorgeous day!
Many dogs were pet, loads of photos were taken, and lots of boats passed by.
It was interesting to see that from False Creek I could see the top of my apartment building further away. It put the city into perspective for me!
I was able to see Granville Island during the walk. I came here last summer and wandered the area as I know it is a popular tourist destination.
My favorite part about the Island was the buskers performing and the fresh food at the markets.
Can I move into this apartment please!?
I would love to live right on the water.
How beautiful are these mountain views? I can see mountains from my apartment but getting to see the mountains behind the ocean is just gorgeous!
I could sit and read a book with this view in the background any day.
This was such a lovely walk. We were so lucky to have a sunny day like this, after a few days of nonstop rain. I think that when spring fully comes I would love to pack a picnic lunch and spend an afternoon in the sun here.
Just look at that blue sky and those clouds!
Have you ever walked the seawall?
Would you love to have a picnic here?