Vancouver – Kerrisdale

Apr 7 to Jun 5, 2023 and Oct 7 to Dec 5, 2023

SANCTION:  SSEAS 086

START POINT: Two start points depending on route. See below:

DISTANCES: 5,10k                         RATING: 2A/2B

REGISTRATION: No walk box is available. To register online: click here to download the Registration Form. Save the completed registration form and email,  as an attachment, to: vancouverventurers@gmail.com Walk route instructions, maps and payment procedures will be sent to you by email. For labels (book stamping), you will receive inserts by email once payment is received.

CONTACT: vancouverventurers@gmail.com

PROGRAM: Boardwalks

INFORMATION: There are three routes.

1.   Arbutus Ridge
Start Point: Parking Lot, Kerrisdale Cyclone Taylor Arena, 5670 East Boulevard
Description: 5, 10k (Rating 
2A) What a very nice area to discover! Located on the high point of Vancouver’s Westside, you get to see some very nice city and mountain views all the way to the North Shore (on a clear day) while walking in amature community with tree-lined streets, restored heritage houses and quiet neighborhood parks. Explore these beautiful, affluent, residential local neighborhoods with your walking friends.

2.   Arbutus Greenway (South)
Start Point: Parking Lot, Kerrisdale Cyclone Taylor Arena, 5670 East Boulevard
Description: 5, 10k (Rating 2BThis walk goes along the southern part of the Arbutus Greenway, from 41st Ave to SW Marine Drive, passing by community gardens, and through interesting residential areas. Catch views of planes approaching or taking off from Vancouver Airport.

3.   Marpole – Fraser River Park
Start Point: Parking Lot, Outside Safeway 8475 Granville St.
Description: 5, 10k (Rating 2BEnjoy walking the Arbutus Greenway, Marpole neighbourhoods and along the extensive boardwalk beside the Fraser River, where salt and freshwater meet as the Fraser meets the Pacific Ocean. Beautiful views of the Fraser River from the boardwalks that cross restored tidal marshes and snake between stands of poplar and alder trees. Barges, boats and log booms on the river and the Vancouver Airport runways are just beyond. This part of the walk is the highlight and not to be missed.