Burrard Inlet


BURRARD INLET is the convoluted body of water forming VANCOUVER's waterfront. It extends from Point ATKINSON along the base of the North Shore mountains, through Vancouver harbour into INDIAN ARM and as far east as PORT MOODY, around STANLEY PARK into ENGLISH BAY and FALSE CRK and along Kitsilano, JERICHO BEACH and Spanish Banks to Point Grey, a total shoreline of 152.6 km. The sand beaches of the inlet were formed by silt from the FRASER R carried by the TIDES around Point Grey. The same...

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