While the sun may currently be shining in Vancouver, those hoping to get out and enjoy the clear skies with a walk along the seawall in Stanley Park are being advised they will have to make a detour around a popular section of it – for a little while at least.
In a tweet, the Vancouver Park Board said that due to high winds and high tides, the section of the popular trail is temporarily closed between Third Beach and the Lions Gate Bridge.
Due to high tides + winds this morning, the seawall is temporarily closed between Third Beach and Lions Gate Bridge. pic.twitter.com/Is7oHrWC6U
— Vancouver Park Board (@ParkBoard) January 7, 2019
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