Passing by this park was purely an accident, so I suggested to take a look when I saw a nice view from the car. I don’t really understand why it’s called Spiritual Regional Park, but anyway, it’s a park with a nice view of mountains, water and sea
It's a very large park. As for why it is called the Spirit Park, I really don't understand it. There is no guide and no relevant introduction to see. It is a park with relatively few tourists, and there are lush green trees everywhere
Pacific Spirit Regional Park stretches for about 3 kilometers, from Queen Elizabeth Elementary School to UBC, and even extends to the beach. Best for jogging, hiking and dog walking. Dogs need to follow many rules here: tie the dog leash and clean up the dog feces. In addition, there may be fish, frogs, salamanders, etc. in the water. Dogs should not make trouble.
A network of walking paths that showcases the natural beauty of British Columbia.
This regional park has extensive trails that cover large portions of the UBC Endowment Lands. It's great escape from the urban environment. The park is a favourite for walkers, runners, & cyclists.
The west end of Vancouver runs from the Fraser River in the south to the Burrard Inlet beach in the north. The park measures the length and width in kilometers. It is full of temperate rainforest. It is divided into several blocks by 16th Street and other streets. Each block is a large-scale park. The design is very good.