The trails all interconnect and can be a little confusing, so grab a map at the parking lot. It was cool in the morning, but warmed up as we walked along. Just remember, if you walk from the main parking lots towards the hatchery or further, on the way back, you are walking UPHILL. Overall, very beautiful and a nice...
This park is near the University of British Columbia.
I visited it while visiting the Museum of Anthropology.
Even if inside the city the park is very paceful and there are some birds and very beautiful trees.
An area as rich in history as it is in natural beauty, the expansive parkland of the University Land Endowments is protected by the city in cooperation with the University of British Columbia. A large green space studded by rose gardens, Japanese rock gardens, botanic gardens, canopy walks, regional parkland, and hiking trails, the University Land Endowments are a breath of fresh air. Combining a commitment to preserving nature with a similar promise to preserve culture, its valleys are also home to the First Nations heritage museum, the biodiversity museum, and anthropological and memorial exhibitions. From its highest canopies to the sandy shorelines of Wreck Beach, its serenity is preserved by the University buildings that dot it, combining Mother Nature and scholarship.