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Cleveland Park, Vancouver

4.8
#38 of 54 in Parks in Vancouver
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • Cleveland Park's view of the mountains is breathtaking. The lake, the snow cap mountains...and it's all free! It's on the way to Grouse Mountain. Enjoy some fresh air and trails. Don't miss this free....  more »
  • The trails all interconnect and can be a little confusing, so grab a map at the parking lot. It was cool in the morning, but warmed up as we walked along. Just remember, if you walk from the main...  more »
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  • It is located upon the dam. You can see the water fall which is facing to salmon hatchery. I recommend to go with family or girl friend. Peaceful place.
  • A pleasant park and environment where you can enjoy a beautiful and fantastic scenery of the lake and mountains, especially at sunset. During the day time, the picture of the mountains get reflected on the lake surface which is truly breathtaking. The spot is sometimes chosen for wedding photography, as I have seen couples on their big day taking photos here. You can take a short path above the dam and take a look down the dam –if you dare :D, since the river is far down below and it might be scary if you develop Acrophobia- till you reach the forest. There you can find a beautiful trail as well, that you can hike if you are fine with the slopes of course, since it gets really steep at some points. There are plenty of benches you can sit on and relax for a while. The parking lot is free of charge and there is no time limit for that. Regarding the forest trails, you’d better be extra careful with bears and cougars depending on the season though. In my point of view, do not take the hike on your own. It might be a better idea to go in group.

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