The Green Necklace

The Green Necklace connects North Vancouver city parks in a continuous loop of safe and separated greenways. The route was originally conceived in 1907 and laid out in North Vancouver City’s original town plan. Much of the route has been enhanced with art and heritage signs. It’s an easy bike ride, walk, or run.

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HISTORY

The route was originally conceived in 1907 and laid out in North Vancouver City’s original town plan. Much of the route has been enhanced with paved trails, artwork and signage as part of the city’s heritage. It’s an easy bike ride, a walk or a jog.  Come on out and give it a try.

From: Green Necklace Website – North Vancouver

 

 

Rain garden in Wagg Creek park


Andrews on Eighth ~ a heritage building with a cafe On the corner of St. Andrews and 8th St

The BCER BC Electric Railway used to run along Grand Boulevard up to Lynn Canyon

Greenwood Park trails – might have to walk some sections

Alternate Route planned: For more information: North Van Parks Green Necklace

Rider Alert: Route Upgrades in progress at 21 St, upgrades planned for Greenwood Park section. See:Updates 2018

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