Hello everyone! Clement from Westcoast here.
It’s the end of another summer and fall is approaching. For some people, that means staying at home and spending evenings on the couch with a coffee and a book to read. But for others, it may be the time to get some fresh and crisp Autumn air, dress up in a warm sweater and scarf, and spend some time outdoors to see the changing landscape, the falling leaves in all their various colors, and how the season changes our beautiful city from one kind of beautiful to another! Here are just some places to see some of the amazing views!
– Stanley Park Seawall, the biggest park in Vancouver and one of the top ranked national parks in the world
– Queen Elizabeth Park, the highest point in the city of Vancouver.
– Van Dusen Botanical Gardens (Access: http://vandusengarden.org/plan-your-visit/getting-here/)
– UBC, with 993 acres of greenery and plants
– Pacific Spirit Park
– Trout Lake, Close to Commercial-Broadway Station
– Burnaby Mountain and the Simon Fraser University campus
– Deer Lake Park
– Green Tombers Urban Forest in Surrey
Vancouver, as well as the rest of Canada, are known for being a place where nature is beautiful and incredibly easy to find. With so many sites like the ones mentioned above, we hope you will make seeing some of the amazing colors and views a priority this fall. Finding this much nature in a big city is most certainly a wonderful thing, isn’t it?