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Outdoors in Vancouver

Canada’s urban jewel of green space, the mighty and highly beloved Stanley Park, is the only highlight when it comes to outdoor fun in Vancouver. Use this list to find things to do outside in the city.
Towering trees in Stanley Park
COMPILED BY CATRIONA GREW WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM JOHN LEE. PHOTOGRAPHS: DOMINIK ECKELT/GETTY IMAGES, DAVE DELNEA/GROUSE MOUNTAIN

SIGHTS

A-maze-ing Laughter

(Morton Park)

Vancouver’s most-photographed public artwork (by contemporary Chinese artist Yue Minjun) is just a few steps from English Bay Beach. Expect to see groups of smiling visitors snapping the 14 oversized bronzes, all of which look as if they’re about to explode with uncontainable laughter.

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In the February issue… find short-break inspiration for the year ahead from our 52 Best Weekends Away list; taste your way around the boundlessly charming city of Porto; get the chills at a spooky carnival in the Swiss Alps; swap the Great British seaside holiday for its chic French equivalent on the Île de Ré; discover where Lonely Planet's London-based staff like to spend their time off in the capital; and much more