Coal Harbour and Marina from Stanley Park Sea Wall - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This picture was taken from the Seawall walk in Stanley Park. It shows the view south over Coal Harbour marina to the West End of Vancouver. Virtual tour image taken in June 2012.
Coal Harbour and Marina from Stanley Park Sea Wall - FURTHER INFORMATION
Coal Harbour and Marina from Stanley Park Sea Wall - Vancouver visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Coal Harbour and Marina from Stanley Park Sea Wall' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from British Columbia.
The Seawall walk and cycle path circumnavigates most of Stanley Park in Vancouver. For cyclists, most of the path is unidirectional, in an anti-clockwise direction starting from the marina. The path starts off passing along the northern side of Coal Harbour offering views over the marinas to the luxury condominium apartments built in the West End of Vancouver.
The Seawall paths will take visitors to, or close to, many of the attractions within the park. Near to the beginning the path comes to the Totem Poles, a favorite spot for visitors. The next stop is the Brockton Point Lighthouse which has good views of the Burrard Inlet and Lion Gate Bridge that links Vancouver with North Vancouver over the inlet. From here it is a 2.5km walk north to the Lion Gate Bride where the path continues below Prospect Point Viewpoint before turning south for about 3km along the western edge of Stanley Park past Third Bridge, Ferguson Point and Second Beach and ending up near the Lost Lagoon at the southern edge of the park.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: W Georgia St FS Gilford St (019, 240, 241, 242, 246, 247, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, N24), Denman St (005, 006, N6).
Skytrain: Burrard St (996, 999) then bus down W Georgia St.