Quick Guide to the Vancouver Seawall

Vancouver seawall

Vancouver’s waterfront ranks among its greatest charms.  Skyscrapers and sandy beaches, old growth forests and posh restaurants all line the long, winding coast.   And threading its way along the whole glorious shoreline is one of the city’s most loved and unique attractions: the Seawall.

A paved, oceanfront promenade for pedestrians, rollerbladers and cyclists, the Seawall extends for an impressive 14 miles, all the way from the ritzy condo towers of downtown’s Coal Harbour to the trendy sands of Kitsilano Beach.  For visitors, it represents one of the best ways to get to know the city and its distinct neighborhoods (and renting a bike makes it easy to cruise the entire Seawall in one day).  Here’s a quick guide to some of the Seawall’s different sections:

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Quick Guide to the Vancouver Seawall