36 Walking Tours Exploring Spectacular Waterfront, Dynamic Neighborhoods, Hip Hangouts, and Tasty Di John Lee ... Shimmying from downtown Vancouver's red-brick Waterfront Station, the 400seat Burrard Beaver and Burrard Otter quickly ...
Author: John Lee
Publisher: Wilderness Press
There's no better way to explore one of the world's most livable cities than on foot. Walking Vancouver shows you Vancouver, British Columbia as you've never seen it before, whether you're a die-hard local or a first-time visitor. Site of the 2010 Winter Olympics, the city is already renown for its diverse neighborhoods, easily accessible sites, and "clean and green" image. With this book you'll explore neighborhoods such as Chinatown, Kitsilano, and the West End, accompanied by the amusing and savvy descriptions from the author, a Vancouver insider. The 36 anecdote-packed, easy-to-follow ambles include Stanley Park's hidden sites; University of British Columbia's unexpected attractions; Granville Island's artisan pit stops; and the historic mansions of old-school Shaughnessy Heights. There's a perfect pub crawl in Gastown; lively farther afield strolls in Steveston, New Westminster and the North Shore; and even an eye-opening tour around the Downtown Eastside. You'll uncover the colorful stories behind street names, character buildings, and eye-catching public art. This highly portable guide features detailed maps for each trip, original photos, and parking/transit information for every trip. Route summaries make each walk easy to follow, and a "Points of Interest" section summarizes each walk's highlights.
Walking & cycling in Vancouver. 2015 Report Card. Vancouver: City of Vancouver. City of Vancouver Engineering Department. (2012). Transportation 2040 plan. ... Cottages and castles for Vancouver home-seekers. BC Studies No. 69/70.
Author: Corinne Mulley
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Choice of transportation
This book features a multidisciplinary focus on walking as a mode in the context of transportation, urban planning and health. Breaking down the silos, this book presents a multidisciplinary focus bringing together research from transport, public health and planning to show linkages and the variation in experience around the world.
Once the main hiking and ski approach to Hollyburn, this trail makes pleasant walking and brings you in less than 2 km (1# miles) to another reminder of bygone days—the site of the old HiView Lodge and chairlift terminal.
Author: Jean Cousins
Publisher: Greystone Books
Easy Hiking around Vancouver presents sixty-two of seasoned hiker Jean Cousins’ favorite destinations. For quick reference, hikes are arranged in nine geographic regions in and around the Vancouver area. Easy to follow directions take hikers north as far as Pemberton, east to Manning Park and the Fraser Canyon, or south to Mount Baker in Washington State. Trailheads for many hikes can be reached from downtown Vancouver in less than an hour. This edition includes easy-to-read new and updated maps, quick access to hikes by duration and level of difficulty, specially marked family hikes, seasonal tips, advice on clothing and equipment, and notes on plants and animals along the way. Written for both the novice and the expert, this best-selling guide will be the most important item in any hiker’s backpack.
A walk through Vancouver begins on the river, ascends a land bridge over Highway 14, wanders through the old fur trade fort and army housing, crosses the town square and shipyard sites, and passes a commemorative boat of discovery on ...
Author: Judy Bentley
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Walking Washington�s History: Ten Cities, a follow-up to Judy Bentley�s bestselling Hiking Washington�s History, showcases the state�s engaging urban history through guided walks in ten major cities. Using narrated walks, maps, and historic photographs, Bentley reveals each city�s aspirations. She begins in Vancouver, established as a fur trade emporium on a plain above the Columbia River, and ends with Bellevue, a bedroom community turned edge city. In between, readers crisscross the state, with walks through urban Olympia, Walla Walla, Tacoma, Seattle, Everett, Bellingham, Yakima, and Spokane. Whether readers pass through these cities as tourists or set out to explore their home terrain, they will discover both the visible and invisible markers of Washington history underfoot. �
These canyons can be viewed at several spots , the best known of which is North Vancouver's Capilano Suspension Bridge . ... If you're interested in history , Walkabout Historic Vancouver offers walking tours of downtown , Gastown and ...
... Hazeltons 274–5 Ketchikan 279 Museum of Anthropology (Vancouver) 234 Skidegate 247 Stanley Park (Vancouver) 226–7, ... see also Hiking and walking Trains see Railways TransLink (Vancouver) 238, 324, 325 Information Centre 239 Travel ...
Author: DK Eyewitness
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
The DK Eyewitness Pacific Northwest Travel Guide is your indispensable guide to this beautiful part of the world. The fully updated guide includes unique cutaways, floorplans and reconstructions of the must-see sites, plus street-by-street maps of all the fascinating cities and towns. The new-look guide is also packed with photographs and illustrations leading you straight to the best attractions on offer. Now available in PDF. The uniquely visual DK Eyewitness Travel guide will help you to discover everything region-by-region; from local festivals and markets to day trips around the countryside. Detailed listings will guide you to the best hotels, restaurants, bars and shops for all budgets, whilst detailed practical information will help you to get around, whether by train, bus or car. Plus, DK's excellent insider tips and essential local information will help you explore every corner of Pacific Northwest effortlessly. DK Eyewitness Pacific Northwest Travel Guide - showing you what others only tell you.
Vancouver Judith M. Bentley. river in 1901. Pass the oldest apple tree in the state, which first bore fruit in 1830. This tree is not native; its seeds came from England. From such trees, Hudson's Bay Company factor John McLoughlin ...
Walking is the bestwaytoexplore downtown Vancouver and Victoria. Streets are fairly safe (For further detailsseeDangerous Areas). The south arm of the False Creek seawalk leads from Vanier Park past several beaches to Spanish Banks, ...
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
DK Eyewitness Top 10: Vancouver & Victoria will lead you straight to the best attractions Vancouver and Victoria have to offer. Whether you're looking for the best spots to ski, climb, cycle, or want to find the great parks, gardens and attractions for all the family; this travel guide is packed with essential information for every corner of this magnificent area of Canada. Whether you're travelling first class or on a limited budget, there are dozens of Top 10 lists - from the Top 10 features of Stanley Park and the Top 10 gloriously secluded coastal spots and walking trails to the Top 10 restaurants, outdoor activities, shops and hotels in Vancouver and Victoria. To save you time and money, there's even a list of the Top 10 things to avoid! The guide is divided by area, covering all of Vancouver and Victoria's highlights and packed with reviews for restaurants and hotels. Plus, there's all the insider knowledge every visitor needs to explore every corner of these fantastic cities effortlessly in the DK Eyewitness Top 10: Vancouver & Victoria. Now available in ePub format. DK Eyewitness Top 10: Vancouver & Victoria - showing you what others only tell you.
Mapping is described by O'Rourke as the ways in which 'walking meets mapping through wayfaring and wayfinding' (O'Rourke 2016: xx). The Missing Women's Memorial March in Vancouver's DTES is probably the most salient example here of the ...
Author: Maggie O'Neill
Category: Social Science
This book introduces and critically explores walking as an innovative method for doing social research, showing how its sensate and kinaesthetic attributes facilitate connections with lived experiences, journeys and memories, communities and identities. The book situates walking methods historically, sociologically, and in relation to biographical and arts-based research, as well as new work on mobilities, the digital, spatial, and the sensory. The book is organised into three sections: theorising; experiencing; and imagining walking as a new method for doing biographical research. There is a key focus upon the Walking Interview as a Biographical Method (WIBM) on the move to usefully explore migration, memory, and urban landscapes, as part of participatory, visual, and ethnographic research with marginalised communities and artists and as re-formative and transgressive. The book concludes with autobiographical walks taken by the authors and a discussion about the future of the walking interview as biographical method. Walking Methods combines theory with a series of original ethnographic and participatory research examples. Practical exercises and a guide to using walking as a method help to make this a rich resource for social science researchers, students, walking artists, and biographical researchers.
A veteran Vancouver city counsellor, Jenny Kwan had gone on to Victoria as the NDP member for the predominantly immigrant provincial riding of Vancouver-Mount Pleasant. But her message was essentially the same as the one delivered by ...
Author: Jamie Swift
Publisher: Between The Lines
Category: Business & Economics
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Author: Edwin Valentine MitchellPublish On: 2013-04-10
I finished last night 2,000 miles since the first of January 1934 and in doing so reached Vancouver from the north. My first year's walk was across the United States and I then started on the west coast of France.
Author: Edwin Valentine Mitchell
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Literary Collections
A delightful series of excursions into the unique landscape and mindscape of the traveler afoot, these 12 essays include contributions by Dickens, Beerbohm, Hazlitt, Belloc, Thoreau, and other distinguished authors.
A Complete Guide To Walking For Fitness Health And Weight Loss John Stanton. way to work. Maybe your holidays will be so much more enjoyable because you can walk around Vancouver's Sea Wall, Old Montreal or the Chicago Waterfront.
Author: John Stanton
Publisher: Penguin Canada
Category: Health & Fitness
Walking is something most of us do every day – but we should be doing more of it. 63% of Canadians aren't getting the recommended amount of daily exercise, and it's adding up: heart disease, obesity, and high blood pressure are all on the rise. But something as simple as taking a few extra steps a day can make a huge difference: moving more leads to more energy, improved sleep quality, and better heart health. And John Stanton knows how to get people moving. As the founder and president of Walking/Running Room, North America's largest chain of special stores for walkers and runners, he has inspired people across the nation to develop healthier lifestyles one step at a time. Walking: A Complete Guide to Walking for Fitness, Health, and Weight Loss is the perfect companion for your own journey to good health. With three program categories to fit every type of activity level, from non-walkers to avid walkers, there is a program in here for you. In this comprehensive guide, you'll learn how to: * Set realistic goals * Design your own training program * Find the level of walking that's right for you * Choose the best shoes and walking wear for your needs * Prevent and treat common injuries * Enhance your walking with optimum nutrition Let John Stanton show you the way to a healthier, happier lifestyle... one step at a time.
(2013 Apr 08) University of British Columbia, Vancouver: Walking exercise response to bronchodilation in mild COPD: A randomized trial By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Clinical Trials Week -Investigators publish new report on ...
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Seventeen percent of all trips taken in Vancouver are made by pedestrians. Still, the city plans to increase the modal share of walking by making streets easily accessible and safer for pedestrians. The city maintains more than 2,100 km ...
Author: Roger L. Kemp
This handbook of urban transportation planning presents case studies detailing 40 best practices from 33 states in the U.S. and 19 countries on six continents. Cities around the world have improved transportation options for their citizens. Roadways have seen the addition of walkways and bicycle lanes, and light-rail transit systems have reduced street traffic. These cities have decreased reliance on personal cars and enhanced their urban environments by reducing congestion, pollution, and the number and width of roadways. This volume discusses the dynamic field of urban transportation planning and provides resources for planning professionals and public officials interested in obtaining additional information on the latest trends.
Along the lane to the right is Petersham's little parish church, with the grave of George Vancouver, discoverer of Vancouver Island, in its churchyard. Described in the 18th century as the most elegant village ...
Author: Andrew Duncan
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
Walking London is the essential companion for any urban explorer—visitor or native—committed to discovering the true heart of one of the world's greatest capital cities. In 30 original walks, distinguished historian Andrew Duncan reveals miles of London's endlessly surprising landscape. From wild heathland to formal gardens, cobbled mews to elegant squares and arcades, bustling markets to tranquil villages—Duncan reveals the pick of the famous sights, but also steers walkers off the tourist track and into the city's hidden corners. Handsomely illustrated with specially commissioned color photographs and complete route maps, the book provides full details of addresses, opening times and the best bars and restaurants to visit en route.
Locarno , Jericho and Spanish Banks beaches are quieter spots for family relaxation , where walking and reading are key ... Hiking Vancouver Parks & Recreation * 257-8400 www.city.vancouver.bc.ca/ parks Vancouver Parks & Recreation ...
Author: Ulysses Travel Guides
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
This guide covers British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba, including the Rocky Mountains, their ski resorts and national parks, the metropolis of Vancouver and a stop in Victoria for tea.
38 Iona Jetty The walk along this 4.0-kilometer (2.5-mile) jetty jutting into the Strait of Georgia can be deceiving. When the gusts pick up and blast in from the west, it feels like you're walking into a wind tunnel.
Author: Chloe Ernst
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Sports & Recreation
Who says you have to travel far from home to go on a great hike? Best Hikes Near Vancouver details the 41 best hikes within a close proximity of the city, perfect for the urban and suburbanite hard-pressed to find great outdoor activities close to home. Each featured hike includes detailed hike specs, a brief hike description, trailhead location, directional cues, a detailed map, and color photos. The rewards of hiking near Vancouver are plentiful: Howe Sound panoramas, island explorations to giant Doug firs, an up-close look at The Lions, feeling the spray of Shannon Falls, and spotting migratory flocks at Boundary Bay. It is easy to select a hike you prefer by combining information in the Trail Finder (which categorizes each hike, i.e., Best Hikes for Waterfalls; Best Hikes for Families/Children) with the short Summary of the hike. GPS points are used along with a written description to identify the location of each trailhead.
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Author: Ken Greenberg
Publisher: Random House Canada
Category: Social Science
One of the world's foremost urban designers shares his passion and methods for rejuvenating neglected cities and argues passionately for the importance and possibilities of their renewal. From a youth spent in the boroughs of New York City and other great cities of the world, to his beginnings as an architect in Toronto, Ken Greenberg has long recognized that cities at their best provide much of what we seek in a place to call home. Community, places of culture and business that we can walk to, mass transit and a wealth of amenities that couldn't be supported without a city's density: the mid-century drive to suburbanization deprived us of these inherent advantages of urban living. The realization of this loss, in tandem with pressing recent concerns about energy scarcity and global warming, has made us see cities with fresh eyes and a growing understanding that they can provide us with an unparalleled measure of sustainability. Ken Greenberg has not only advocated for the renewal of downtown cores, he has for thirty years designed the very means by which that renewal can happen. Walking Home is both Ken's story and a lesson in turning the world's urban spaces back into places that can give us not only a platform to face the challenges of the future, but also a place we can call, with pride and satisfaction, home.
Waikiki Beach, 207 Walking Man Brewery, 38 walking trails, Vancouver, 6 Walk the Waterfront, 199 Warm Springs, 73 Wasco County Fair and Rodeo, 69 Washington County Visitors Association, 213 Washington State Farmers Market Association, ...
Author: Kim Cooper Findling
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Rediscover the simple pleasures of a day trip with Day Trips from Portland, OR. This guide is packed with hundreds of exciting things for locals and vacationers to do, see, and discover within a two-hour drive of the Portland metro area.