Vancouver has the world’s longest uninterrupted waterfront path. The 28km circles the downtown peninsula and stretches towards Olympic Village in one direction, and Kitsilano Beach in the other. There are many popular routes along the Seawall, including the False Creek loop, running from the Inukshuk in Stanley Park to Yaletown, or the Stanley Park loop. It’s a flat and well-maintained trail, which is busiest in the evenings and on the weekends.
The Seawall is divided in to two clearly marked sections – one for walkers and joggers (closest to the water), and one for cyclists and inline skaters (inside path). The 9 km portion around Stanley Park takes two to three hours to walk, and around an hour to jog/run.