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Spring strolls to take your baby on

Spring strolls to take your baby on

Grease up the stroller wheels, spring has arrived! With plenty of ground to cover over the next few months, you’ll want to add these gorgeous walks to the top of your list.

Spring baby walks in Vancouver

Cherry Blossoms

From March until the end of April, Vancouver streets and parks are painted pink with the blossoms of thousands of cherry trees. There’s even an annual festival and events to celebrate this marking of springtime. Check out the Cherry Festival’s neighbourhood map for the best streets to stroll down.

Spring Baby Walks in Vancouver: Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park

One of the most relaxing, scenic and stroller-friendly walks in the city. A stroll around the entire garden is under a kilometre, but may take a while, depending on how many roses you stop to smell. Afterward, head to the dancing water fountain outside the Bloedel Conservatory for a snack and some people watching.

4600 Cambie St, Vancouver

Fraser River Park

Spring Baby Walks in Vancouver: Fraser River Park

A great place to catch your breathe and rejuvenate before the next baby-related bump in the road. Wash away the stress of the day (or week) by strolling down these smooth pathways. Bring your fur baby too, it’s a pooch paradise here. Tons of free parking and beautiful views along the water.

8705 Angus Dr, Vancouver

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Olympic Village & False Creek Seawall

Spring Baby Walks in Vancouver: Seawall

The Olympic Village SkyTrain station is the perfect stop for incredible panoramic views of the city. Take baby for a stroll on the south side boardwalk near the Olympic Village. A great opportunity for a fun and artistic photo shoot. Rest on some oversized lounge chairs and enjoy a few boats cruising by. Grab a scoop at Earnest Ice Cream – just a 10-minute walk from the station.

1693 Manitoba St, Vancouver

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