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Boundary Bay Trail

Boundary Bay Park is a perfect place for beginning riders. There are many ways to enjoy the easy dyke trails. Start anywhere along the route or do the whole thing. Centennial Beach has an easy loop, Boundary Bay dyke trail extends 20km east of Beach Grove — ride them together for a 40km ride. Respect farm machinery — this is their working road. Boundary Bay is great for bird watching, keep your eyes open for eagles, snowy owls, herons, and migrating birds.

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Alert: recent King Tides have caused damage to some areas of Centennial Park.  

For updates visit http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/parks-greenways-reserves/boundary-bay-regional-park

Easy trails in Centennial Park are great for beginners and bird watchers, too!

In winter Eagles hunt along the shoreline (Cheryl Papove photo)

Snowy Owls at Boundary Bay ~ February 2012 (Cheryl Papove photo)

Mount Baker – the closest volcano to Vancouver as viewed from the trail (Cheryl Papove photo)

Stop for a coffee at the Beach Grove Cafe – mmmmm!

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