Walking up to 2 miles (3.2 km) during the day on paved paths, groomed trails, minimal number of stairs (with railings), and standing for short periods of time.
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel.
This morning’s lecture will feature a member of the Stanley Park Ecology Society who will introduce the iconic park, a National Historic Site. Learn about the various tree species, including hemlock, cedar, and Douglas fir. Explore Stanley Park alongside this morning’s lecturer, and walk one of the numerous trails through the rainforest, past beaches, local landmarks and wildlife.
Taste local cuisine within the park at a restaurant.
Free Time. Take this opportunity for personal independent exploration or return to the hotel to relax. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions or you can consult the list of Free Time Opportunities for other suggestions. You might like to spend some time at the Vancouver Art Gallery which houses the largest collection of paintings and works on paper by Emily Carr (1871-1945), one of Canada’s most renowned artists, best known for themes on First Nations cultures, totems, and landscapes including rainforests.
On your own to enjoy local fare.
The evening is yours to enjoy at your leisure.