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Sunday, December 31, 2000

West Vancouver Seawall

“The West Vancouver Centennial Seawalk was originally opened in 1968 to commemorate Canada’s 100th birthday. Since then, several sections have been added, and the 1.7 km seawalk now extends from 18th St. to Dundarave Park. Now, 34 years later, the seawalk is perhaps West Vancouver’s most-used recreation facility with its scenic views of the harbour, mountains and city skyline.” – West Vancouver District press release June 26, 2002

At various points along the Seawall you can see anonymous works of art designs embedded in the rocks as well as many other creative ideas The Seawall offers beautiful views of the North Shore mountains, Burrard Inlet, Lions Gate Bridge, and Stanley Park. Off-leash dogs are permitted in a separate fenced area.

At select times of the year, you will see the Alaska cruise ships sail through as they head west along the Seawall - Posted using BlogPress from my iPad

Location:West Vancouver, BC

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