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Explore the park with a guided tour or discover it on your own. Countless activities await for you in
this beautiful urban park. Explore the 400 - hectare West Coast Rain forest the way you want. With
an abundance of trials, beautiful beaches and local wildlife this lush oasis is a must see!
Consider walking the Seawall, or riding the Stanley Park Miniature Train. Catch Seals training in the Vancouver Aquarium or play Golf at the Park Pitch & Putt. There are playgrounds, picnic areas and a water park for some family fun! Plan out your adventure with the abundance of choices nestled within Stanley Park.
Pacific Centre is a shopping mall located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and managed by Cadillac Fairview. Based on the number of stores, most of which are underground, it is the largest mall in Downtown Vancouver with over 100 stores and shops and the 7th busiest mall in Canada with 22.1 million annual visitors as of 2018. The mall is directly connected to the Hudson's Bay department store, Vancouver Centre Mall, two SkyTrain subway stations, and the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver.
Just 15 minutes from downtown, Vancouver's premier attraction offers the perfect destination for a
rewarding and memorable experience. With a variety of cultural, educational and outdoor adventures
Grouse Mountain was named by the first recorded hikers to reach the summit in October 1894. In those days, climbing Grouse Mountain was a three or four day epic journey - there was no bridge across Burrard Inlet and no road to the base. The hardy group of hikers slogged through snow, scrambled over rock and up through the dense forest. Along the way, they hunted a Blue Grouse and honoured the plentiful game bird by calling the Peak "Grouse Mountain".
Soon after this first ascent, Grouse Mountain began attracting hundreds of intrepid hikers. Among these were Don and Phyllis Munday who built the first log cabin on the mountain. Today, the Munday Alpine Snowshoe Park bears their name in honour of their contributions to mountaineering.
Granville Island is a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada. It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver
under the south end of the Granville Street Bridge. The peninsula was once an industrial
but today it is a hotspot for Vancouver tourism and entertainment. The area was named after
Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville.
This cozy island is home of many artisanal craftsmen, with many unique and special products available all around the island. The main feature is the Granville island market, with more than 50 independent food vendors. Grandville Island is home to many diverse cultural venues and hosts year-round cultural festivals. Their vision is to create “the most inspiring public place in the world.”