Beaver Lake in Stanley Park is a quiet area. When I arrived at the lake in the early morning, I saw the hot air coming from one corner of the lake, the dispersed water mist coming, the autumn grass becoming more yellow, and the sunshine shining through the water vapor on the lake. From the south to the north coast around the Bank of Liuhu Lake, in the west of the lake to the North straight up, and into a jungle. It was a tall pine and fir forest with a dark, mossy top, rotten and damp trunks on the ground, so mushrooms could be seen on it from time to time. These mushrooms are light brown in the center and gradually lighten outwards until they become milky white. The light shining through the cracks in the branches shines on the mushrooms, one by one gentle and bright, like warm jade. From the angle of outlook to the west, he embarked on the journey back down the hill. Half way up the cliff, along the coastal bay, so that you can see the sea or walk through the mountains and forests. You can also look down at Siwash Rock from top to bottom and feel its miraculous standing. This is a reef isolated in the coastal waters, like an Optimus Prime inlaid with prominence breaking out of the sea and standing proudly. It is also one of the symbols of Stanley Park.
Vancouver is the capital of Canada and a Chinese-speaking area, so if you only have a half-day to one-day stay in Canada, you will definitely choose to visit it. It is true to say that the Chinese gathering area, whether in the city centre or in the suburbs, can see the stores opened by the Chinese, from the common restaurants, boutiques to building materials malls, everywhere. When you see clear Chinese characters, you can't help feeling at home. The first thing to see from the scenic spot is a number of totem poles. Early on, it was also a gathering place of Native Americans. They expressed their worship of gods through some totems, which were both human-like and mammalian-like. Walking further into the bay, you can see luxurious cruise ships and tall trees, as well as seagulls parked on the shore. Even when people come to the front, they are not afraid. Looking around the bay, you can feel the development of commerce, luxurious buildings and shuttle vehicles, each showing the style of the world's metropolis.
Vancouver's most famous park, surrounded by trails and bays, is a good place for hiking and cycling... Natural oxygen bar, fitness people are many... There are 80-year-olds and children, the humanistic environment is very good, the ecological environment is also good protection, driving across the road to meet Canadian geese, but also quite spectacular. It's too big a nature park.
Stanley Park is Vancouver's most famous park, covering 1,000 acres. It is the largest urban park in North America and one of the world's most famous parks, Vancouver Chinese Paradise. Originally a peninsula prominent in the English Bay, Vancouver's first municipal council passed an important resolution in 1886 asking the Confederate government to reconstruct the 1,000-acre green space for park use. In 1888, the park was officially opened and named after Sir Stanley, Governor of Canada. Located in the heart of Vancouver, the park is a forest-covered Peninsula covering thousands of acres. It's only fifteen minutes'walk from downtown Vancouver. If you travel by bus from downtown, take the #19Stanley Park bus and get off at the terminal. On return, take the # 19MetrotownStation bus. The bus runs every 12 to 20 minutes. In addition, the #52 Around the Park bus goes around the park every two days on Saturdays and Days, once every hour, for about 30 minutes. Be careful not to drink or eat in the car. It takes about 30 minutes to walk from downtown to Stanley Park.
Stanley Park is close to downtown Vancouver, with mountains and lakes near the sea. It's perfect to play near, climb high, and climb on foot. Stanley Park has great trees in and out of its windows, and the gulls in the woods rise and fall frequently. And the seaplane shuttled through the woods. Lakeside waterfront, bird paradise, goose and duck play leisurely, small raccoons are full of germination, there are white swans, elegant in the lake. The air here is clear and you can see the Shuangfeng Mountains to the north. On windy days, the clouds of the Shuangfeng Mountains surround the mist, showing a different kind of beauty. Walk in the woods, reach out, there are birds parked. Walking will also encounter sprouting raccoons. The simple goose staggered.
Stanley Park: The huge Natural Oxygen Bar Stanley Park is only 15 minutes'walk away from the bustling downtown Vancouver. It has become a world-famous city park because of the perfect integration of city and nature. It is situated in the vast Redwood virgin forest, the broad and tranquil Lost Lake, the winding long coastal trails and the famous Indian totem group. Vancouver has the longest coastal trail in the world. Six kilometers of the 22-kilometer Seewall trail surrounds Stanley Park. It is a paradise for cyclists, skaters and skateboarders. Walking around it, you can see the endless scenery of the coast.
Stanley Garden is between Vancouver City and West Vancouver. It looks like 10 square kilometers. Mr. Stanley sold it to the government for one Canadian dollar. Now is the government's garden, the garden has a huge lotus pond, just in full bloom lotus, and rose garden, flowers in full bloom, there are beaches, ports, gardens have carriages, tinkler cars and other alternative walking tools, the original forest is lush trees, it is said that there are many wild animals, there are special patrols in the patrol,,, good places for leisure!
wonderful to walk around Stanley park in summer time , many flowering plants beautiful foreshore, totem poles