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It is a majestic bridge that joins Stanley Park with Northern Vancouver.
We saw it when we were riding round Stanley Park where a 'local' described it as a smaller version of the Golden Gate Bridge.
We also drove across it when we went to...More
This is a fun activity, especially for locals. Suggest parking on the West Vancouver side, walking over to Stanley Park's Prospect Point Cafe for lunch, then walking back. There are two bump outs along the way where you can stop for photos to appreciate the...More
We took the Lion’s Gate Bridge from North Vancouver over to Stanley Park and really enjoyed the sweeping views of the harbor. It is surprising that a bridge which I imagine carries a good bit of traffic is only three lanes where the center one...More
Going across the Lions Gate Bridge on a sunny day is a marvelous experience given the amazing views that are available. Of course, for Vancouverites, the bridge is a total nightmare. However, for tourists, it is an amazing experience.
Stanley Park is Vancouver's premier spot to get up close and personal with nature and animals. The grassy expanse offers outdoor teahouses and stunning views, beachfront hideaways and splash parks. It is a typical getaway spot for friends and families, especially as it is home to Vancouver's aquarium, and some of its best equestrian outlets.
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Lions Gate Bridge , has a ship clearance of 200 feet . This bridge is now on The Designated national History Site Of Canada . Was opened in 1938 , and was officially known as The First Narrows Bridge , it is a suspension... More
Lions Gate Bridge , has a ship clearance of 200 feet . This bridge is now on The Designated national History Site Of Canada . Was opened in 1938 , and was officially known as The First Narrows Bridge , it is a suspension bridge .