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Arbutus Greenway

Here comes the Arbutus Greenway ― a dream come true for Vancouver! This former railway is now a safe urban space for people to enjoy. The trail starts near Granville Island and runs 8.5km on a paved and separated path towards the Fraser River ― Oh Wow! For those wanting to go further connect to Canada Line Bridge to Richmond.

You’ll find this map and 80+ more in the book! Order your copy today

JOIN US on the Arbutus Greenway – 6th&Fir Park –  Sunday July 29 10 – 4pm – we’ll be there with the family celebrating bikes and cycling! More info here:

Arbutus Greenway Scavenger Hunt

Print a copy, explore the greenway, enter to win an Arkel Map Case — holds Let’s Go Biking book and maps.

The Arbutus Greenway is one of the most popular places in Vancouver! Stephen Rees captures happy riders and walkers in this vibrant photo taken near 6th & Fir Park.

6th & Fir Park art is a tribute to the old railway tracks.

6th & Fir Park playground – See you there July 29, 2018 10am-4pm !  Meet the Author – Book Launch & Book Signing.


Beaucoup Bakery … voted Best Croissants and Cappuccinos! Mmmm good – on Fir Street at 6th ~ beaucoupbakery.com

Arbutus Coffee is close to the Greenway – at 6th & Arbutus near Delamont Park. Mmmmmm…good! ~ arbutuscoffee.ca

There are many community gardens along the greenway. This one has a mason bee house.


Before: Bumps and Blackberries

Arbutus Greenway temporary path takes shape. Thanks to the Vancouver Courier for this photo of early days on the path.

Happy! Now we can enjoy the corridor.  Ken Ohrn photo

Milltown – Lunch!


Many thanks and Photo Credits: CityView-SPEC.BC, Happy-KenOhrn, Arbutus View-TheVancouverCourier, Stephen Rees


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