Natural Features

Natural Features of Vancouver

Stanley Park

Stanley Park

This park is a lush peninsula park made up of mostly huge trees.  The park is located right next to Down Town Vancouver.  A paved seawall path surrounds Stanley Park, tourist usually like to travel this path by either on foot on bicycle.  Either way there are magnificent views to be seen from all over the park.

Hallow Tree

Hallow Tree

The Hallow Tree is a Western Red Cedar; the tree is around 800 years old.  The hallow tree makes an easy walk from both Third Beach and Siwash Rock.  This tree makes a brilliant photo spot for family and friends.

Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain

At Grouse Mountain there is a gondola that runs daily from street to summit.  At the summit of the mountain there are multiple dining facilities and other activities for the family to explore.  There are always great sightings of wildlife making this a perfect spot to sight wildlife all year round.

Kitsilano Beach

Kitsilano Beach

At Kitsilano Beach there is an outdoor heated sea-water swimming pool for the public to enjoy.  There are a great number of cafes to visit and there are also multiple walking trails.  There are also many vibrant shopping strips located close by to the beach.