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Queen Elizabeth Park

• 33rd Avenue at Cambie Street | Vancouver, BC
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Considered to be one of the finest public parks anywhere. The 52 hectare park was formed from two former quarries which had supplied rocks to build Vancouver's early roads. Built on a small hill known as Little Mountain, the park now commands glorious views of the city. The Quarry Gardens, Rose Garden and Arboretum are particularly notable. Golf and tennis, a restaurant and a sculpture are also featured. The park is a favourite spot for weddings.
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33rd Avenue at Cambie Street
Vancouver BC

BMO Vancouver Marathon
May 07
Athletes have been running this marathon since 1970 and it has become Canada's largest marathon. The mostly flat, paved, scenic course is spectator-friendly and passes near areas such as Kitsilano, Stanley Park, and English Bay. Course marshals and water stations also line the course. The marathon starts at Queen Elizabeth Park and finishes at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
BC Children's Hospital ChildRun
TBA
Going strong since 1985, this family fundraising 5km run through scenic Queen Elizabeth Park is followed by a carnival celebration. A kids' 1km run is also part of the festivities.
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