Vancouverite John Lee was born and raised a few miles north of London in St. Albans. His travel writing has taken him from New Zealand's Fox Glacier to the barbecue pits of Texas; his work has appeared in major magazines and newspapers around the world, and he's written 14 Lonely Planet guidebooks.

In his Walking Vancouver (Heritage 2009), 36 sidewalk-tested strolls guide pedestrians from Yaletown to Chinatown, Stanley Park to Queen Elizabeth Park, the Downtown Eastside's Carnegie Library to the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, etc.

7 x 7, 256 pages
36 maps and approximately 30 photos
$19.95 softcover

[BCBW 2009]