less busy than the Stanley Park Seawall, and nice view back to the Park & city. Not all paved, so don't wear your Sunday best dress shoes.
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I have spent most of the summer in West Van - and gone to the Sea Wall at least a couple of dozen times for a long walk - From the 14th street area to the Beach House and back is about 3.5 miles (this...More
My wife and I have just moved to West Vancouver and have discovered the Seawalk. The walk stretches from John Lawson park to the pier at Dundarave. The pleasant part is that smoking, bicycles or dogs are not allowed. They do have a dog walkway...More
Watch the sunset to the West, and beautiful views of Lions Gate and Mt Baker to the East. Our favourite 2 km walk in West Van.
Love coming here with my dog. She can run off leash and get some good playtime and swim time in. Close enough to grab a coffee from the Village and walk to. Love the view of the city, the boats and Stanley Park.
Beautiful views. I particularly enjoyed the fenced area your dog can walk while you walk on the sidewalk (no dogs on the seawall), but this does mean your dog is okay off leash.
The West Vancouver Seawall is one of the nicest walk in metro Vancouver. It was built in 1967 as part of the Canadian Centennial and has been a vital part of the community. Recently, the Canadian National Railroad has claimed ownership of the seawall and...More