Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours, Vancouver

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    Ride the trolley!

    by joiwatani Updated Sep 28, 2007

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    If you don't feel like walking but still like to see Stanley Park, then take the trolley! It might cost you a little bit ($25.00) but hey, what the heck! The trolley is horse-driven. There are two huge horses leading the way! The trolley can accommodate 10 passengers at a time. You are also given warm blankets to cover you just in case you get cold as the trolley is wide open for you to see the view of Vancouver and the ocean! The trolley stops at the Totem Poles and wait for the passengers and head back to the Information Center. The duration of the drive is about an hour.

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    Stanley Park Horse and Carriage Tours

    by jamiesno Written Jun 24, 2004

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    If you are not up to the 9 kilometer walk around Stanley Park's seawall you can go by horse as well as an option.

    I provided a web site address where you can get more information on the price and times of departure.

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    Related to:
    • National/State Park

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