The Seawall is a scenic pathway that surrounds the Stanley Park and was built in 1917 under the supervision of James Cunningham to protect the city's waterfront from erosion. It is a perfect getaway from the din of the city. The seawall is open to pedestrians, cyclists and joggers. However, due to various conflicts and mishaps in the past, the stretch of the seawall is divided into parts reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. The starting point of the seawall is at Coal Harbor from where the cyclist route begins. The bikes can be rented from the Seawall Adventure Centre.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Burrard