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Situated on Little Mountain - the highest point in Vancouver proper - this former rock quarry has been converted into a beautiful city park with flower gardens, public art, grassy knolls, and panoramic views over the city.
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I read several reviews saying that there's a great view from the city. Unfortunately it was raining (as always) so there wasn't much to see. I wouldn't prioritize this park if you don't have much time here.
The views are amazing from the highest point within the actual City of Vancouver. North facing view points allow you to see the downtown core past False Creek and then on the north of the city, the Burrard Inlet and North Shore Mountains.
Was there over this past weekend , slight drizzle and overcast. Then the fog/clouds began to burn off with the sun. Within minutes a spectacular view of Vancouver and the mountains. Enjoyed a stroll and some food. Only drawback is limited parking, but as this...More
Not far from the VanDusen Gardens you will find the Queen Elizabeth Park.
This is more of a general public space with pitch and putt and dog walking areas, worth visiting just to see the antics the dogs get up to on their afternoon walk...More
I take every visitor here to see the most amazing view of the city scape, mountains and all. It is absolutely wonderful and amazing and the view is free! Also great to stroll through the paths and check out the beautiful outdoor gardens. And, if...More