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Queen Elizabeth Park

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Queen Elizabeth Park

Length2.5 mi
Elev. Gain206.6 ft
Est. Steps6000


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Queen Elizabeth Park is a 2.5 mile (6,000-step) route located near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This route has an elevation gain of about 206.6 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Hillcrest Park

Hillcrest Park is located in the Riley Park-Little Mountain neighbourhood of Vancouver, British Columbia. It is located immediately north of Queen Elizabeth Park and west of Riley Park. Next to Hillcrest Park is the site containing Nat Bailey Stadium, home of the Vancouver Canadians baseball team; the Millennium Sports Centre, home to both the Phoenix Gymnastics Club and the Pacific Indoor Bowls Club; and the Vancouver Racquets Club.

Queen Elizabeth Park, British Columbia

Queen Elizabeth Park is a 130-acre municipal park located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Little Mountain (British Columbia) (elevation approximately 152 metres or 500 feet above sea level). Its surface was scarred at the turn of the twentieth century when it was quarried for its rock, which served to build Vancouver's first roadways.

Bloedel Floral Conservatory

The Bloedel Floral Conservatory in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is a conservatory and aviary located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park.

Hillcrest Centre

The Hillcrest Centre is a community centre with ice hockey and curling rinks, and an aquatics facility, located at Hillcrest Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Construction started in March 2007; it hosted the 2009 World Junior Curling Championships prior to the Olympics. During the 2010 Olympics, it was named the Vancouver Olympic/Paralympic Centre and had a capacity of 6,000 people to host curling at the 2010 Winter Olympics; for the 2010 Paralympics, it hosted the Wheelchair Curling event.

Little Mountain (British Columbia)

Little Mountain, elev. 127m, is a mountain in the central part of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is best known as the location of Queen Elizabeth Park and Nat Bailey Stadium, but as a name is also used for the surrounding neighbourhood and, occasionally, in the name of electoral districts (e.g.

Bud Kerr Baseball Museum

The Budd Kerr Baseball Museum is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada inside Nat Bailey Stadium, the home of the Vancouver Canadiens. The museum, which opened on June 18, 2008, is dedicated to the more than sixty years of baseball that have been played in that stadium. The museum is named for Budd Kerr, the team's official historian until his death in 2009, and celebrates the players who have spent some of their careers there including: Rich Harden, Sammy Sosa, and Tim Raines, who helped open the museum.

Wheelchair curling at the 2010 Winter Paralympics

The wheelchair curling competition of the 2010 Winter Paralympics was held at the Vancouver Olympic/Paralympic Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from 13 March to 20 March 2010. Ten teams competed in a single event, a mixed tournament in which men and women competed together.

Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium

Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium (known as "The Nat" and commonly by its previous name Nat Bailey Stadium) is home to the Vancouver Canadians of the Northwest League in the summer.

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2.5 mi

Elev. Gain

206.6 ft

Est. Steps

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