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Stanley Park
The 1,000-acre park that is the heart and soul of the city. First established in 1886, and dominating nearly a third of the land that makes up Vancouver’s downtown core, Stanley Park is an oasis of cedar, hemlock and fir trees flanked by the Pacific Ocean. You haven’t been to Vancouver until you’ve taken to the seawall, the 8.8 kilometre stonewall that circumnavigates the park. Join the locals and walk, run, blade or cycle (bicycles may be rented at Harbour Air Adventure Centre) your way around, stopping to pull up a long on one of the many beaches you will pass along the way and enjoy a picnic lunch (available through in-room dining). Attractions within the park include the totem pole visitor centre, rose garden, tennis courts, playgrounds, refreshment stands and restaurants, miniature railway, children's farmyard, horse & carriage rides, and the world-class Vancouver Aquarium. 

Between March 15th and October 31st, narrated, one-hour Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours are available. Private carriages are also available for the month preceding Christmas. Tours depart from the Information Booth on Park Drive, east of the Rowing Club, contact 604.681.5115 for more information. 

Vancouver Lookout! Harbour Centre Tower
The remarkable 360-degree view of downtown Vancouver makes for a perfect first stop in Vancouver; just minutes from the Fairmont Pacific Rim. Facts, interesting stories and Vancouver trivia cover all aspects of the view plus energetic, well-informed guides provide tours every hour. Tickets are valid for the entire day, allowing you to return and view the sparking lights that decorate the city by night. Visit the web site for current events and viewing times.
555 Hastings Street West, Top of Harbour Cent, Vancouver, BC V6B 4N4; Phone: 604.689.0421 

Robson Street
The busiest pedestrian street in Vancouver, Robson has much to offer for an afternoon of shopping and people watching. Stretching from the Vancouver Public Library at Homer Street, past Sears at the Pacific Centre Shopping Mall and the Vancouver Art Gallery at Hornby Street to the Robson Public Market at Cardero Street you will find a vast array of shops, restaurants and cafes.The busiest pedestrian street in Vancouver, Robson has much to offer for an afternoon of shopping and people watching. Stretching from the Vancouver Public Library at Homer Street, past Sears at the Pacific Centre Shopping Mall and the Vancouver Art Gallery at Hornby Street to the Robson Public Market at Cardero Street you will find a vast array of shops, restaurants and cafes.

Granville Island
A lively collection of renovated warehouses under the Granville Street Bridge, which makes a perfect home to craft shops, theatres, artists’ studios, and the famous public market known best for its bounty of produce and fresh seafood. The island is home to all kinds of restaurants, marinas and even a microbrewery named for it. Hop in a taxi to the island (approximately $10 CDN) or to the Aquatic Centre and then board a False Creek Foot Ferry, or take the #50 Bus south on Granville St. to arrive at the island. Driving time is approximately 10 minutes from Fairmont Pacific Rim. 

Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park
Get up close and personal with Vancouver’s rainforest. Breath in the cedar-scented air as you make your way across the 450-foot suspension bridge, traversing the Capilano River as it rushes 230 feet below. Once across, the 27-acre park is yours to explore. Totem poles skirted by colourful gardens, guided nature tours, musical entertainment and First Nations carving demonstrations are but a few of the highlights at Vancouver’s most popular visitor attraction.
Open daily except Christmas day. Summer: 8 a.m. - dusk; Winter: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  
3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver. 

Grouse Mountain, the Peak of Vancouver
Take North America’s largest aerial tram to the top of Grouse Mountain, and enjoy the panoramic views of the city, ocean and mountains from 3,700 feet. Once you’ve arrived at the peak of Vancouver, Grouse Mountain will offer you the very best of the season.

In the winter, enjoy the best skiing and snowboarding that the local mountains have to offer. Snowshoeing, ice-skating, sleigh rides and sno-limo rides are also available.

Come summer trade in the snow gear for hiking gear, and hit the trails. With options ranging from guided eco-walks to the grueling grouse grind, and everything in between, there is a perfect hike for every visitor. Prefer to see the sights without the hike? Scenic chairlift rides, falconry demonstrations, lumberjack shows and helicopter tours are the choice for you. Adrenaline seekers will delight in paragliding.

Regardless of the time of year you visit, the Refuge for Endangered Wildlife is not to be missed. Three timber wolves and two grizzly bear cubs, all orphaned, play in a protected and secure sanctuary. Craving a closer connection to the animals? The Theatre in the Sky provides you the opportunity to take in the stunning scenery of Southwestern BC from an eagle’s point of view.

Take the Seabus to the Lonsdale Quay and the #236 Grouse Mountain Bus departing from Lonsdale Quay every 15 minutes. Once you arrive at the base of Grouse Mountain, enjoy the scenic gondola sky ride up to the top of the mountain. 

Seabus to Lonsdale Quay
Located two blocks from Fairmont Pacific Rim you will find the Seabus Terminal, one of the public transit options in Vancouver. You can take a 15-minute “harbour cruise” over to North Vancouver and the Lonsdale Quay Market, which is a smaller version of the Granville Island market. 

Double Decker Tours
Ride aboard a classic Double-Decker or Trolley Bus as it visits many of Vancouver’s top attractions. Leaving from Canada Place directly across the street from our hotel every 30 minutes at 10 minutes to the hour and 20 minutes past the hour, they follow a set route that will take you to all of the areas mentioned above and more. You have the option of getting on and off of the bus and spending time at each location as a bus comes by every 30 minutes. The entire circuit takes two hours and returns back to Canada Place. Tickets are (valid for two days) available at concierge desk. Add-ons available to Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain.