Granville Street Bridge

False Creek South destination walk

Route statistics

Distance 2.73 km
Steps 3,582
Elevation change 7 m

The False Creek South walking route takes you through a unique neighbourhood which has served as the benchmark for the redevelopment of False Creek. The area has a distinct and charming character, offering delightful views and fantastic recreation space. This walking route is 2.17 km or approximately 3,582 steps and travels along the seawall from the Cambie Street Bridge toward the Granville Street Bridge.

Route details

The False Creek South walking route takes you through a unique neighbourhood which has served as the benchmark for the redevelopment of False Creek. The area has a distinct and charming character, offering delightful views and fantastic recreation space. 

This walk offers insight into Vancouver’s unique history. Traveling along the world famous seawall to Granville Island you are sure to enjoy the amazing sights and witness the distinct character of this beautiful area. Take a walk through and feel a part of the lively pulse of a thriving community. 

Points of interest

  • Cambie Street Bridge, Granville Street Bridge
  • Stamps Landing
  • Granville Island
  • Ron Basford Park, Charleson Park, and Sutcliffe Park
  • Granville Island Water Park
  • False Creek Community Centre

Accessibility

This walk is wheelchair accessible. This portion of the seawall is a mix of shared and seperated paths for pedestrians and bicycle user. Surface materials include pavement, cobblestones, congomerated bricks and slate which can make traveling by wheels challenging at times.