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#150 Great Trail Adventures on the TCT – TransCanada

Cycle, hike, wheel, paddle, ride, ski or snowmobile the longest trail in the world! The TransCanada Trail winds through Canada’s landscapes —  urban, rural and wilderness; along greenways, waterways and roadways.  Started as a dream 25 years ago, the TCT is now…

#152 Coquitlam Crosstown

Commuters will love this route across Coquitlam from Burnaby to Port Coquitlam.  It’s mostly flat and then downhill through Ranch Park to Town Center. Distance: 16km one way Skytrain links: Lougheed Town Center, Burquitlam, Coquitlam Center, Lafarge Lake/Douglas…

#1 Seaside Greenway

What’s Vancouver’s favourite ride? It’s Seaside! Vancouver’s Seaside Greenway is one of the easiest and best rides in the city. On a dedicated bike path separated from cars, Seaside is safe for riders of all ages and abilities. It’s great for strollers, scooters…

#4 Stanley Park Seawall

The Stanley Park Seawall is Vancouver’s most famous ride and there are dozens of people riding this popular route most days, especially on weekends. Once the kids are confident on their bikes this is a great ride. There’s lots…

#5 Seymour Valley

An easy car-free ride in the North Shore Mountains to the Seymour Falls Dam. The route meanders along an undulating trailway through a forest of tall trees. A great ride on a hot summer’s day… under the canopy of…

#11 Central Valley Greenway

The Central Valley Greenway is a multi-use pedestrian and cycling route linking New Westminster, Coquitlam, Burnaby and Vancouver.  There is so much to see as it follows the Fraser River, Brunette River, alongside Burnaby Lake and past Still Creek. …

#17 North Shore Spirit Trail

That’s the Spirit… Trail! For a fun and easy ride head over to the North Shore and enjoy the Spirit Trail. Planned to one day link the communities from Horseshoe Bay to Deep Cove, the route is a safe and…

#18 BC Parkway

For a great city ride through New Westminster, Burnaby and Vancouver take the BC Parkway.  The route is mostly flat and follows the SkyTrain past MetroTown Center and alongside Central Park.  There are views of the city and interesting art…

#23 Ridgeway Greenway – Cycling and Art Exploring

Vancouver’s Ridgeway Greenway is a linear exploration of a string of parks, walkways and seating areas, and public art. Look around you as you ride…and look up !  There’s art everywhere. Distance: 12km one way, 24 km out and back…

#28 Stanley’s Trails

Did you know there are trails to explore inside Stanley Park? The trails are wide and open for biking, so come in under the shade of the tall cedars and explore the park! One of my favourite routes is…

#31 Bike the Blossoms

It’s Spring and the blossoms are out.  Check out the Blooming Now map at the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival to find out what cherry trees are spectacular right now. For those who love maps, here’s a very fun link: SakuraMap – A Cherry Guide To Vancouver’s…

#33 Burrard Inlet Trails

There’s a nice thread of trails along Burrard Inlet from Port Moody to Burnaby.  With map in hand we set out to cycl-e-xplore Distances: Port Moody Rocky Point to Barnet Marine Park -10km each way Start: Skytrain: Moody Centre or park at…

#34 Ontario Bikeway

Vancouver has a network of cycling routes and greenways!  Here we ride one of my favourites — the Ontario Bikeway from False Creek to the Fraser River.  The 6.5km route is easy to ride — a little bit of…

#39 Deep Cove Exploring

This trip works well as a bike ride or a walk. The route starts at Cates Park in North Vancouver and winds through Dollarton and Cove Cliff then onto Deep Cove.  There’s lots to see and do along the…

#43 Surrey Shores

For a scenic and meandering route along Surrey’s shores explore from Serpentine Fen, Blackie Spit along the Nikomekl River to Crescent Beach. Distance: 15km one way, 30km return Rating: easy hardpacked trails for riders of all ages + abilities View…