As you may know, the Jassal Chiropractic Team has a penchant for the outdoors. Listed below are some autumn-friendly activities to maximize outdoor health benefits:
The Stanley Park Seawall
A Team Jassal favourite! The 10-kilometer seawall is Vancouver’s most popular attraction for fresh sea air and rewarding views. Whether you have completed it a thousand times or not at all, the Stanley Park seawall is an absolute gem that can be cycled, walked, ran or skated. Pit stops may include: Prospect Point, the 9 O’Clock Gun, Second or Third Beach and Lost Lagoon with the option to extend your trajectory to Kitsilano.
The Ghost Train
This is for the children (and adults let’s be honest) because of its low spook factor and large doses of fun. The Ghost Train rattles through our favourite urban green space, Stanley Park, with a new harvest inspired theme each year. This year’s theme is Jack O’Lanterns Journey. The park plaza also hosts The Little Monsters Maze and a pumpkin patch to keep bodies warm and moving amidst the crisp autumn temperatures.
Short Day Hikes
The North Shore Mountains offer numerous opportunities to deepen one’s appreciation and connection to the surrounding environment. Quarry Rock and Lynn Canyon are two popular options accessible via public transit or within an hour’s drive from Vancouver. Both trails are dog-friendly so be sure to invite your furry family member(s) to share in those rewarding views!
Spending time outside does not require physical activity to reap its immense health benefits. You can relocate dinner to a nearby park, grab a coffee to-go, read a book outside, meditate and so forth. Absorb the outdoors in whatever capacity brings fulfillment to your life. We promise you will feel better investing the time to do so!
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Disclaimer: Information contained in this blog post is for educational and general purposes only and is designed to assist you in making informed decisions about your health. Any information contained herein is not intended to substitute advice from your doctor or other healthcare professional.