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#26 Boundary Bay Trail

Boundary Bay Park is a perfect place for beginning riders. There are many ways to enjoy the park and dyke trails. Centennial Beach has a 4km loop and the Dyke Trail east of Beach Grove extends 20km. Ride them together out…

#27 Delta Watershed Park

There’s a very unassuming park in the Delta Watershed that runs along Burns Bog and near the Alex Fraser freeway.  You feel as if you are miles away from the world on this woodsy trail with a river beside…

#60 Westham Island – birds! ducks! geese!

For those who love birds and ducks and geese (and who doesn’t?) how about a ride to the Reifel Bird Sanctuary on Westham Island? Distances: 8.5km each way 19km return or take 12km shorter route View #60 Westham Island in a…

#61 Ladner ~ Brunswick Point

For a quiet ride with the kids…try Brunswick Point in Ladner.  For those who like cycling amidst wildflowers, views west over the straight of Georgia and a ride with no traffic…whatsoever! Distance: 7km each way, 14km return Park and start…

#62 Deas Island + Millenium Trail

Deas Island Regional Park is another gem in Metro Vancouver’s park system.  The work that is going on inside these parks is exciting to see.  This is a small park but has a good network of trails worth exploring.…

#63 Great Blue Heron Way

Sometimes when riding we think … where in the world are we? This was certainly true as we cycled along the Great Blue Heron Way in Tsawwassen BC. Distance: 4km Easy and flat hardpacked trail View #63 GREAT BLUE HERON WAY…

#64 Ladner Circle Tour

Step back into time in Ladner… this quaint village is worth exploring. Plan to spend some time in the town and pick up lunch for the  ride. Distance: Easy 20km with some trail riding and shared roadways View #64 LADNER Circle Tour 2013 in a…

#65 Ladner Grand Loop-de-Doop

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