Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver

4.7
#15 of 54 in Parks in Vancouver
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
At Pacific Spirit Regional Park, explore over 117 km (73 mi) of forest trails teeming with plant and animal life. Located just minutes from the city and set within 874 hectares (2,160 acres), the park offers plenty of opportunities to stroll, hike, mountain bike, or horseback ride under the verdant canopy. Pack a picnic and relax on the peaceful shore of one of the beaches. There's a route for everyone within the park, some hillier and more strenuous than others. Note that some routes can be muddy after rainfall. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Vancouver holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Pacific Spirit Regional Park and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • We parked at the 16th and Blanca location and decided to walk the very path friendly Sherry Sakamoto Trail which parallels the car and bike lanes on the roadway..we wandered alongside both trails on.....  more »
  • This park has something special. It is positively beautiful and very tranquil once you are in the Park. Lot's of dogs with their owners. Most dogs are wonderful and friendly. Sadly there are some....  more »
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  • One of Vancouver's most peaceful and interesting nature park with miles of trails for walks and hikes. The trails are well maintained. It is a vast area. Depending on the time or the day of the week, sometime it is very quiet here. Some people like this quietness. And, though Vancouver is generally a safe place, it is still a good idea to be with a companion or a group, if one wants to explore areas deep inside the park.
  • Favourite spot in the City for off-leash spot. Love listening, smelling and watching all the wildlife and variations in trees. I come here on my own all the time as it's well frequented and safe. The view from the West Canyon trail through to the north is unbelievable. Can get a little muddy after a good rainfall and does tend to stay cooler and with some ice and snow when it falls so be prepared. There is a bathroom at the trailhead and paths are well maintained.

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