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Vancouver is known for its beautiful scenery, entertaining nightlife, and bustling business. Runners and walkers also love Vancouver for its many wooded running trails and its endless paved paths. Runners can talk advantage of every season in their city by pounding the pavement at any of these top 5 places to run in Vancouver. 1. Stanley Park Seawall The seawall around Stanley Park was built to avoid problems of erosion. The structure provides a stunning support system for the interior park, and it borders the Lost Lagoon, which offers runners a view of crystal clear blue water. The paved path around the seawall also leads runners to False Creek, where the cold mist is carried off the water by winds in the winter months. With the right cold weather gear, like protective gloves and headwear, runners can enjoy the Seawall path year-round. 2. Burnaby Central Park Vancouver is full of parks for runners to explore, and Burnaby Park is one of the most popular, even if it is considered a suburb outside the main city. Burnaby is offers runners 86.4 hectares of family-friendly trails. Many of the winding paths lead runners through towering trees and lush forest, making this a perfect place for a sweaty escape. 3. Trout Lake Vancouver is a city that is rich in waterfront views. Trout Lake is a popular choice for runners who want to loop around a glistening body of water, and maybe cool down in the lake afterward. Most of the waterfront paths are paved, so runners can wear footwear that is meant for road running. 4. Jericho Park Jericho Park has everything, from tree-lined paths, to open fields, to the sandy Jericho Beach. Runners can choose paved roads that surround the park, or more natural trails. If runners want a real challenge, they can even run on the sand at the north side of the park. 5. Burrard Bridge Burrard Bridge brings runners right into downtown Vancouver. If runners work or live in downtown, this bridge is the perfect place for a quick afternoon run to get out of the office. With the right running clothes and accessories, runners can go the distance wherever and whenever in Vancouver, with the convenience of gear from Sport Chek. From women's running shoes, to training shoes, to outdoor wear that will keep runners comfortable for the long haul, runners can turn to Sport Chek's inventory for all their running needs. Shopping Sport Chek's inventory is simple, and runners can view items by selecting the category they're interested in, or they can search for specific products using the search bar.