Vancouver’s blooming cherry blossoms have completely blanketed the city in pink and white, and we’re here to share some picture-perfect blossoms for your upcoming spring walks over the long weekend.

With over 3,000 locations of cherry blossom trees and around 50 different varieties, the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival’s map is a great resource to consult if you’re hoping to find trees blooming near you – but here’s a taste of some of the best blooms at the moment!

You can search by neighbourhood or cultivar, or change the blooming dates to see what’s in bloom in the coming weeks.

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West 67th Avenue and Cartier Street via Curiocity
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Queen Elizabeth Park (by duck pond) via Curiocity

Between Thursday, March 28th and mid-April, these are the neighbourhoods with the most cherry blossoms in bloom:

  • West End and Coal Harbour
  • Oakridge and Langara area
  • East Vancouver
  • Killarney and Suncrest (Burnaby)
  • Dunbar-Southlands
  • South Cambie
  • Renfrew-Collingwood
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Photo via Vancouver Cherry Blossom Finder

Looking for some blossom-centered events to check out? The Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival officially returns this weekend – which includes The Big Picnic and Blossoms After Dark!

And that’s a wrap on some prime spots for a cherry blossom walk over the long weekend and beyond.

Happy spring!