Fairly easy trek with some ups and downs. Thick forest to bushes n- very scenic and lush.

hiking
8 months ago

Great, well kept trail. Less traffic than other trails at Pacific Spirit which makes a nice quiet walk minutes out of the city. One of my favourties and a great place to bring the dog.

This was an absolutely gorgeous trail. Terrific walk along the shoreline on a beautiful day. There are plenty of restaurants and amenities along the trail. This was my first hike in Canada… This was also my first hike with my girl Danielle.She loved this trail immensely was absolutely impressed with all of the aesthetics of the water, the residences, and evenly rowing teams in competition. In short, great trail for anyone passing through Vancouver. This took you by several places of interest along the waterfront.

walking
Mon Jan 28 2019

Sword Fern Trail is simple and easy to walk. The trail is flat and well-kept with lots of dense greens. I started at W 16th ave. and made it three-quarters of the way thru (to SW Marine dr.) before turning left to the Imperial trail. It's a trail to meet many curious dogs and puppies. Pacific Spirit park in general is so huge and beautiful that it's always worth the trip.

My home is on this trail, so I've done it dozens of times. A beautiful walk or bike ride. Bring your dog and stop at off-leash parks.

Very Busy otherwise an enjoyable walk with lots of great views and Granville Island!

Great for tourists looking to hit the top spots in downtown Vancouver. For locals, not so much. I would probably attempt the "trail" in a different order but you definitely hit many of the top spots to see.

great seaside walk, take advantage of the multimillion dollar views. if you want to loop around possible to walk right around along the water and cross one of the bridges or catch the water taxi for 2.75. another alternative is to rent bikes and bike this loop and if you feel ambitious do the seawall too! stop for lunch at granville island or denman st up from the laughing statues

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