Pacific Spirt Regional Park - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Virtual tour showing some of the forest alongside the Spanish Trail in the Pacific Spirit Regional Park in Vancouver. Panorama taken in June 2012.
Pacific Spirt Regional Park - FURTHER INFORMATION
Pacific Spirt Regional Park - Vancouver visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Pacific Spirt Regional Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from British Columbia.
Pacific Spirit Regional Park covers 763 hectares of forest and foreshore of Point Grey and the mouth of the Fraser River around the University of British Columbia (UBC), just west of Vancouver city centre. The park was created in 1975. Much of the beach along the foreshore here is designated as 'clothing optional'.
Within the park are 54Km of walking and hiking trains, 38Km of which are multi-use paths shared with cyclists and horse riding. The park centre is found on 16th Avenue. Some of the walking trails within the park include:
- Clinton Trail Loop-South Musqueam
- Wreck Beach Trail Loop at West Shore
- Hemlock Loop-Middle Musqueam
- West Canyon Trail Loop
- Imperial Trail Loop-North Musqueam
- Camosun Bog Trail Loop
- East Canyon Trail Loop
- Sasamat Trail Loop
- Lily of the Valley Trail Loop
- Salish Trail Loop
- Fraser River Estuary Loop at South Shore
- Acadia Beach Loop at North Shore
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: WB NW Marine Dr NS West Mall (C20)