#65 Ladner Loop-de-Loop!

Ladner is a cyclist’s dream…flat…scenic…and fun! Visit the quaint town of Ladner, explore many trails — Brunswick Point, Great Blue Heron Way, through Tsawwassen and Beach Grove onto Boundary Bay Dyke Trail, then return via 64th = a super loop!

 

Ready to PROOF-RIDE & PROOF-READ

Link to Printable Map: 065 LADNER LOOP DE LOOP – 2018-04-05

RIDER ALERT: Sept2017: The Brunswick Trail is now closed just before the railway tracks.  There is a ditch connecting to 34 St, but difficult to cross.   More information at TrailsBC: TrailsBC Delta Routes — 

Looking for coffee in Tsawwassen? Here’s an add-on ‘cafe’ loop

1. Petra’s by L’Aromas coffee shop on 12Ave at 56St is the cycling go to cafe
2. Beach Grove Cafe EAST on 12Ave – wide and easy for cyclists, LEFT/N Beach Grove Ave
3. In the summer the Beachside Café at Centennial Beach is open, too. At the east end of 12 Ave bike on the dike south to Centennial Beach on Boundary Bay. Return the same way and take Beach Grove Road to the 17A Ave dike entry to head back north.

 

NEW ROUTE: Reader Sandra J says, ” For those not keen to bike on busy traffic Hwy 17 by the Tsawwassen Mills shopping centre, there is a much quieter alternative on streets posted 30 km/hr through TFN: a new road (Blue Heron Drive) is now open through the residential area on Tsawwassen First Nation, allowing a west to east from the TFN Boardwalk bridge entry on Tsawwassen Drive to 52 St, a Delta bike route south into Tsawwassen. The route is: Blue Heron Drive, north 200m on Salish Sea Way, east on Canoe Pass Way, south on 52 St across Hwy 17 into Tsawwassen.

 

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Northern gate – Great Blue Heron Way along the Tsawwassen First Nations

Mud Bay – on a sunny day

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