“The seawall in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a stone wall that was constructed around the perimeter of Stanley Park to prevent the erosion of the park’s foreshore. Colloquially, the term also denotes the pedestrian, bicycle, and rollerblading pathway on the seawall, one which has been extended far outside the boundaries of Stanley Park and which has become one of the most-used features of the park by both locals and tourists. Despite perennial conflicts between pedestrians, cyclists, and inline skaters, park users consider the seawall to be the most important feature of Stanley Park and it is the most used facility within the park.” – by Wikipedia
I had a wonderful time walking along the Seawall. Here are some of pictures I took in the evening. I was totally amazed to see how nature reveals its beauty. Evening is the best time to have a walk along the Seawall. It is paved 22-kilometre (14 mi) seawall path all around the Stanley Park. If you ever get opportunity to visit Vancouver, you should not miss a walk along the seawall.
Siwash Rock is Popular Stanley Park Landmark
The Lions Gate Bridge