Join me on a guided scenic walking tour of Vancouver's beautiful Stanley Park. This stunning old growth rain forest has some incredible opportunities for photography, if you know where to look! As a professional photographer, I can help you get great shots. We'll explore the seawall and the forest trails looking for wildlife, spectacular views and hidden secrets. We take lunch at a scenic lookout near the Lion's Gate Bridge, and in the afternoon view the famous Totems. This is home to the largest great blue heron colony in North America, and over five-hundred species of animal. It's a location full of surprises, and I look forward to sharing my knowledge of the area with you. Importantly I also know great rest stops and cafes we can pass along the way for refreshments!
I'm a professional photographer and filmmaker living in Vancouver, and I've been passionate about adventure travel all my life. I love to spend time in Stanley Park, showing small groups where to get great images they might otherwise miss. I believe the best places are found with the benefit of local knowledge. I'm excited to help out with that and look forward to meeting!
We start with wildlife spotting at the heronry and the Lost Lagoon, taking the coastal path to the iconic Siwash Rock sea stack. The forest trails then lead us to lunch at Prospect Point, with aerial views of the sea wall and Lion's Gate bridge. We then view the park's oldest giant trees, public attractions and the famous Totems. From here we complete viewing city skyline, from the sea wall, watching as float planes leave the sea airport.
18歳以上の方8名まで参加できます。 Good walking fitness is advised, the park is large and we cover some distance!
Raincoat / Windproof layer
Any camera from a DSLR to a smartphone is fine! The emphasis is on enjoying the sights. The walk is easy but a moderate level of fitness is required as we're on our feet for 4-5 hours.