Ferguson Point seawall

Seawall destination walk

Route statistics

Distance 10 km
Steps 13,123
Elevation change 20 m

The 10 km or 13,123 step seawall loop around Stanley Park is Vancouver’s most popular fresh air attraction. Stanley Park is Vancouver's first park and one of the city's most beloved tourist attractions. This vast evergreen oasis, covering 400 hectares, embraces visitors and transports them to an atmosphere rich in tranquility. Since this paths completion both visitors and locals have enjoyed exercising on this world famous pathway. 

Route details

Centrally located in downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park is a must see attraction for those looking for things to do in Vancouver. A popular starting point for the Seawall walk is the east side of Stanley Park Drive by Coal Harbour. From there the circular path will take you past a full range of scenic vistas and world famous landmark, as well as monuments and sculptures that connect the past and present. A stroll around the Stanley Park Seawall is sure to be an enriching highlight of your experience in Vancouver.

 

Points of interest

  • Fergusen Point
  • Brockton Point Lighthouse
  • Prospect Point
  • Siwash Rock
  • The Nine O'clock Gun
  • Lions Gate Bridge
  • Monuments and sculptures such as, Harry Jerome statue, Girl in a Wetsuite, Empress of Japan figurehead

Accessibility

This walk is wheelchair accessible. The pathway is a concret surface with both mixed and seperated paths for walkers, runner, and cyclists.

Note Travel on the seawall is one way, counter clockwise, around Stanley Park