Reminds me of Golden Gate in SF - not surprising, since designed by same man. Spectacular from a distance, from close up, and from the bridge itself.
I am happy I took some time walking over the bridge. Toronto doesn't have any such bridges and for me it was exciting to walk across a long bridge like that. Plus, one side of bridge (south to north direction) offers a good city view.
Being lucky with the weather with a fine sunny day, we walked from Grouse Inn across to Stanley Park. A good way to see the harbour and the mountains.
If you are biking around Stanley Park, it is a great side trip. There are one-way bike lanes on each side and an underpass on both ends. Stop at the top for a great view. The north end ramps are long, but not very steep. An easy ride. Check out Prospect Point in Stanley Park for a great view of... More
This is a three lane bridge that serves the commute from Vancouver to North and West Vancouver and beyond. The south causeway travels through Stanley Park which is beautiful, but it's just an average bridge.
On a sunny Saturday, these longtime Northshore residents finally did the walk from Park Royal and back - spectacular views! Make sure to stop at the Brockton Point viewpoint. Avoid if there is a tour bus there or you'll be in a lot of visitors' photos.
I can go over this bridge without cacking my pants now! We watched Final Destination 5 where this bridge is the main part of the film. I feared going over it for months lol! It's got a wonderful view though! I do love looking over the city as we drive over :)
What a wonderful bridge. I enjoy going over on the bridge every time I cross to and from the city, and I am a regular traveller on this bridge. It is a bit narrow and could have been "twinned" to allow for the increase in traffic. The design is special and hope it is not replaced one of those modern... More
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