This 2.5-hour urban hike takes you from Granville Island to Queen Elizabeth Park. Vancouver is a coastal city with no shortage of hills, so put on comfy shoes and follow your guide through various neighborhoods. Stop at Charleson Park, City Hall, Cambie Village, Vancouver Olympic Centre, and the Nat Bailey Stadium. Pick up stunning sights and history as you explore nearly four miles (6km) on foot.
2.5-hour urban hike of the Vancouver area
Breathe in fresh West Coast ocean air as you walk from Granville Island to Queen Elizabeth Park
See Charleson Park, City Hall, Cambie Village, Vancouver Olympic Centre, and the Nat Bailey Stadium
Visit a popular ice cream shop (optional purchase at your own expense)
Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures personalized attention
Starting at Granville Island, this afternoon 2.5-hour walking tour will cover approximately four miles (6km). Please note: It is suggested you bring $2.75 for easy transit on the Canada Line back to downtown Vancouver.
With comfortable shoes on, follow your guide along the water's edge at Granville Island, and work your way up to Queen Elizabeth Park for gorgeous city panoramas. En route, meander through different neighborhoods and learn about local history as you visit Charleson Park, City Hall, Cambie Village, Vancouver Olympic Centre, and Nat Bailey Stadium.
You'll also pass one of the best ice-cream shops in the city, so make sure you bring some extra cash to indulge in a scoop or two.
Your tour ends at Queen Elizabeth Park, where your guide directs you back to your hotel and provides tips on other places to check out on your own.