Vancouver has the privilege to have the world's longest uninterrupted waterfront greenway. The Seawall boasts 28 kilometers of pathway along the water from the Vancouver Convention Centre all the way to Spanish Banks Park. Uninterrupted views of the harbor and surrounding forests abound whether you choose to take the path with leg power or hop on a bicycle for a quicker ride.
The Seawall is a great place to enjoy the air by taking a bike ride, jog, or long walk and has a separate section for those on two feet and those sporting wheels to keep traffic flowing. The construction of the seawall began back in 1917 and although most of the main construction took place from then until the late 20s, the seawall kept on expanding. In 1980, the 9-kilometer loop around Stanley Park was completed and since then the seawall has been further extended and renewed.
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