Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver
Categories: Nature & Parks
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. To visit Pacific Spirit Regional Park on your holiday in Vancouver, and find out what else Vancouver has to offer, use our Vancouver itinerary planner.
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The Pacific Spirit Trail is wonderful but we got lost even though we had a map. It was confusing. We saw some beautiful trees and other landscaping on the trail. The trail also runs through the Univer... read more »
My husband and I went for a walk at the Pacific Spirit yesterday afternoon and we were agreeably surprised. It was very quiet and it was like walking through a forest. Very peaceful, not a lot of peop... read more »
For people who enjoy the outdoors and discovery this place is for you. Know when the tide goes out and explore the many tide pools loaded with life,...if you look hard enough. Wear shoes or hiking boo... read more »
Really great park. All sorts of paths and trails. As a Forrest should, it gets muddy after a rain - so make sure the weather is nice. Whether you are going for a bike, stroll, walk with the dog or anything else really - this park is perfect. Very good maps at every intersection and many dog friendly trails. The only nitpick I have is that there is a lack of garbage cans for dog poo, or litter, there are some; but they are spread out. So make sure you are prepared to carry your litter with you for a while.
Lovely park. Check out Camosun Bog for a great lesson in biology and history!
Pretty much the best place in Vancouver for a walk in the woods. Easy access, many trails, always east to park. Less busy than Stanley Park.
Great trails to go running with your dog. Lots of on or off leash trails. So beautiful.
Awesome place to go for a casual stroll, run or bike ride! So many options!!!
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