Sunday, October 30, 2011


We're back to False Creek, this time along the north side, where the last two decades have seen an incredible transformation to park space and dense residential development.  The shoreline is severely hardened - most of this edge is old fill that extends out into the historic False Creek estuary - but the seawall also provides another link in Vancouver's wonderful waterfront trail system.  Variations in the height and design of the wall provide access and outlooks and interest.  There have also been numerous attempts to provide some habitat, including intertidal benches, gravel and softer substrate, and even some shoreline vegetation.


1 comment:

Dan McShane said...

I like what appears to be a small pocket beach between the condo towers.