Ride 79 /


I love the name of this one…Nicomekl…from the Stó:lō people, it means the route to go or the pathway. The Nicomekl River starts from a spring east of Langley and meanders west to Mud Bay near Crescent Beach. Explore this section of this long river on Langley’s Flood Plain Trail and loop the nature trails.

Get the route map (PDF) by entering your name and email address below.

You'll be subscribed to my monthly newsletter if you're not already a subscriber.

I will not sell or distribute your email address. Your information will be kept confidential. You may unsubscribe anytime. Questions? Email colleen @ letsgobiking.net
I agree with the Terms & Conditions
Send me the map!

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


High Knoll Park Trails on the flats – have to lift your bike up the stairs (how about adding a stair rail – Langley?)

Brydon Park Nature Lagoon – walk the nature trail

Pleasantdale Creek  Trail – hard packed with a few small hills

Oh yes…I love ducks…but this picture is your signpost – Sendall Gardens is just south of this pond – take the trail to the right of  the duck pond

Take this bridge for Pleasantside Trail

Add in a short hop to Sendall Gardens – a small pocket garden, especially liked the statue of Ernest!

Ernest Sendall waits for visitors at Sendall Park


Reader’s Note 2017: “We enjoyed our ride on #56 and seeing a different section of Langley. We had also considered taking our grandson in a bike trailer but glad we reconsidered as a lot of this trail is unsuitable for chariots.”

You Might Also Like