Stanley Park. It’s almost 1,000 acres of pristine wilderness. Half a million trees including giants hundreds of years old. Eagles soar overhead while salmon, seals and even the occasional whale swim in the surrounding waters. It’s the city of Vancouver’s greatest treasure.
But there’s more to this park than incredible scenery. It’s also been home to crime, riots, persecution, political intrigue, class warfare, logging, hunting, disease, military installations, remarkable public art, ecological catastrophes, secret construction mega-projects, poetry, scandal, and murder.
So discover the Secrets of Stanley Park this fall with Forbidden Vancouver –– 2.5 hours roaming the trails, seawall, sights and sounds of one of the world’s great urban retreats. And what better time of year to visit the park? A crisp air and leaves turning brown and red in the trees – the park at its most beautiful!
Your chance to explore Stanley Park
Stanley Park sits atop the Must Do List for just about every visitor to Vancouver — it’s loved by locals too. And it’s easy to see why. Bigger than New York City’s Central Park, framed by water on every side, overlooked by snow-capped mountains, and packed with wildlife.
So here at Forbidden Vancouver we’ve designed an experience for those who really want to explore Stanley Park. Your expert local guide will take you from the world-famous seawall to dark forest trails, to former crime scenes to secret cemeteries.