Changing Colors

Autumn transforms the Vancouver landscape.

Walk this Way

Robert Kent

Walk this Way

The 5½-mile-long seawall promenade that curves around Stanley Park from Coal Harbor to English Bay has been extended in either direction to form more than 13 miles of uninterrupted waterfront walkway.

Horseplay

Robert Kent

Horseplay

For more than a century, horses have clip-clopped through thousand-acre Stanley Park, pulling carriages on popular tours.
 

No Sweat

Robert Kent

No Sweat

Legions of walkers, joggers, skaters, and cyclists flow along the 5½-mile seawall path curving around thousand-acre Stanley Park.

Coastal Landscape

Robert Kent

Coastal Landscape

Stops along the seawall path offer views of large freighters that anchor between Stanley Park and the mountainous North Shore.
 
 

Handcrafted

Robert Kent

Handcrafted

First Nations carvers continue to create masterpieces reminiscent of their totem poles near the Capilano Suspension Bridge.
 
 

About Face

Robert Kent

About Face

Striking totem poles stand near the Capilano Suspension Bridge, which hangs 230 feet above its namesake river.

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