Hiking in Vancouver & Stanley Wall!

The hiking in Vancouver was AMAZING! Waterfalls, suspension bridges, and lookout points were included on almost every hike. The best part about the hiking there to me was that it didn’t take 2 hours to get to the top of every hike, so we were able to do multiple trails throughout the day! They have a lot of hikes that are within a close distance from downtown and a few that are about an hour away. We decided to do a day trip to Squamish, which was about an hour away and it was so beautiful. On your way there, you drive on a highway called the “Sea to Sky Highway” and it has the best views the whole drive. We also did the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish which was crazy and a little scary haha. They also have a huge waterfall that is within 500 feet from where you park your car called Shannon Falls, it was breathtaking! I couldn’t believe how huge it was! We have tons of footage from Squamish and all of the hikes we did in our video below!

Stanley Park is Vancouver’s most popular park and I can see why! It was so beautiful and so big, bigger than Central Park. There is a Sea Wall that is about 8 miles that goes around the entire park with the most scenic views. We have some footage of our biking adventure in the video below as well. So many people we met there said that we had to bike the Sea Wall, so we did! It had the prettiest views of the beach and it wasn’t even that exhausting biking the whole thing either. Stanley Park also has an aquarium that we went too that was fun. We were really looking forward to seeing the sloth, but he was hiding the whole time. There also quite a few totem poles, beaches, and areas to have picnics throughout the park!

This trip was probably one of my favorites. Everyone was soo nice it was weird, but a good weird haha. There was so many outdoor things to do along with a lot of things to do downtown, it was the perfect balance! We made a video with highlight of the trip so we always have it to look back on, it is down below if you guys would like to watch it as well along with a bunch of pictures. Hope everyone is having a great summer! Xo

          

Sunset Cruisin’ In Vancouver

Here we are, sitting in the airport during our layover. Dom’s writing TripAdvisor reviews & I am writing about our wonderful dinner cruise haha.

Our first night in Vancouver we did a sunset dinner cruise on the harbor, it was so cute! The cruise lasted about two and half hours (we were almost late, had to run a little to get there on time haha) which we thought would be almost a little too long, but it was perfect! When you walked on the boat, they had all the tables set with bread and a cute name tag so you knew where to sit. We were probably the youngest people on the cruise but who cares haha. There was live music on the boat the whole cruise which made it so relaxing. The sunset was amazing and we even saw a bald eagle while we were out on the harbor. They served salmon, prime rib, pasta, salad and dessert that was soo yummy! You are also able to walk out on to all the decks on throughout the boat for pictures and to just soak in the view at anytime during the cruise. This cruise was the perfect way to start our trip! Have any of you guys ever been on dinner cruises?! This was my second one, I love them!! Hope you guys have a good day, there will be more posts from this trip coming soon! Xo