Back to Lighthouse Park

The weather felt like spring today so that we – once again – headed to Lighthouse Park to have a look at the other side of the park and to enjoy the beauty of it – and to pick up some geocaches, of course.

This time we started our little hike not far from our parking spot and just walked along another trail to get to the other side of the park. And wow, I still love these fantastic trails that are so natural and rustic. One of them led us to Juniper Point from where we had a stunning view of Bowen Island. We also stopped at Shore Pine Point from where we could also see Bowen Island Рjust from another angle. And we observed loads of seagulls grabbing their lunches (which looked like sea stars from afar).

There are still some more trails to explore (and geocaches to be found), so that we will definitely back here.

A visit to Lighthouse Park

Seizing the most of the first rays of sunshine we made our way to West Vancouver to explore Lighthouse Park a bit and to find some geocaches hidden there.

Once there, we had a problem finding a parking spot as probably everybody else had the same idea trying to get some sun. Anyway, having put on our hiking shoes, we chose a trail not far away from the gate to start our little adventure – and what beautiful, rustic trails there were and such untouched nature!

From Eagle Point we had a fantastic view of Vancouver and the Lions Gate Bridge. And then later on, of course, we could see the lighthouse from different angles.

All in all a beautiful day in Lighthouse Park – and yes, we also did find some geocaches! We will definitely back to explore the other half of the park next time.

Panorama view from Eagle Point at Lighthouse Park
Panorama view from Eagle Point at Lighthouse Park