World's Most Scenic Walks

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Along a windswept shore, atop a medieval wall, across an iconic bridge: here are 14 treks with postcard-perfect views—no hiking boots required.

The Seawall, Vancouver, British Columbia

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The Stroll: This 13.7-mile pathway is the perfect place to appreciate the city’s natural beauty and cultural gems. It winds along the shore from Coal Harbor through the 1,000-acre Stanley Park to False Creek and Kitsilano Beach. The best part? The tranquil, 5.5-mile Stanley Park lap with groves of cedars, hemlocks, and firs on one side and Vancouver’s spectacular mountain-ringed downtown on the other.

When to Go: The climate is mild almost year-round, but May through September is the best time to enjoy the outdoors.

Donna Heiderstadt

World's Most Scenic Walks

The Seawall, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Stroll: This 13.7-mile pathway is the perfect place to appreciate the city’s natural beauty and cultural gems. It winds along the shore from Coal Harbor through the 1,000-acre Stanley Park to False Creek and Kitsilano Beach. The best part? The tranquil, 5.5-mile Stanley Park lap with groves of cedars, hemlocks, and firs on one side and Vancouver’s spectacular mountain-ringed downtown on the other.

When to Go: The climate is mild almost year-round, but May through September is the best time to enjoy the outdoors.

Donna Heiderstadt

All Canada Photos/Alamy
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