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Merritt

For those who love grasslands, singletracks and exploring … come to Merritt! From easy city walks to exciting mountain biking, Merritt has something for everyone. The Merritt Mountain Bike Association (MMBA) is your local go-to-cycling-resource. They organize beginner rides…

Let’s Go Biking ~ Shuswap

From broad valleys with orchards and cozy farms and a variety of shorelines in between, there’s exciting cycling in the Shuswap and there are dozens of routes in the new guidebook: Let’s Go Biking to the Okanagan & Beyond.…

North Star Rail Trail + Chief Isadore Trail

The mountain views get bolder as you travel The Great Trail from Kimberley, down through the Rocky Mountain Trench beyond Cranbrook toward the Rockies at Wardner. There are over 150 km of trails in this region making it the…

Columbia & Western Rail Trail

The C&W Rail Trail is one of the most popular sections of The Great Trail. From Midway to Castlegar there are sweeping views of the Granby Valley, Lower Arrow valleys, and so much more. There are tunnels and trestles…

Slocan Valley Rail Trail

Winding gently through one of the most beautiful river valleys in British Columbia, the Slocan Valley Rail Trail offers easy access to 50 km of breath-taking scenery. Following the contours of the Slocan River, the trail makes its way…

Okanagan Valley

Discover over 140 easy, interesting and adventurous routes from Osoyoos to Shuswap Lake and across southern British Columbia. Enjoy traveling the Myra Canyon, Kettle Valley Railway, Okanagan Rail Trail and The Great Trail of Canada.  Meander along rivers and…

Semiahmoo + Birch Bay

There’s a great ride on the Semiahmoo Penninsula and into Birch Bay.  The route is fun anytime of the year, but especially interesting from May to September when The Plover runs from Blaine Harbour to Semiahmoo. Semiahmoo Spit is scenic…

Humble Roots Cranberry Loop

It’s Cranberry Harvest Time and many Let’s Go Biking routes lead to some of the Best Cranberry fields in the World. Do you know cranberries are native to BC and were used by the First Nations as food, dye…

Okanagan Rail Trail

The Okanagan Rail Trail is Amazing !!!! It’s exciting to ride BC’s newest rail trail from Kelowna to Vernon along Okanagan Lake, Woods Lake, Duck Lake and colourful Kalamalka Lake. For an all new map with turn by turn…

Willingdon Linear Park

There’s an exciting new park in Burnaby – Willingdon Linear Park.  This 1.2km scenic urban trail runs 13 blocks along Willingdon Avenue, from Brentwood Towne Centre to Hastings Street. It has a lighted pathway for pedestrians and cyclists, street…

Seaside Beaches

Follow Seaside Greenway for 9km along Vanier Park, Kitsilano Beach, Point Grey Road, and explore beaches — Jericho, Locarno, and Spanish Banks. Touch ‘The Anchor’ sculpture and return via same route for an 18km ride, or continue up the…

Willingdon Linear Park

There’s an exciting new park in Burnaby – Willingdon Linear Park.  This 1.2km scenic urban trail runs 13 blocks along Willingdon Avenue, from Brentwood Towne Centre to Hastings Street. It has a lighted pathway for pedestrians and cyclists, street…

Canyon to Coast Trail

One day the Canyon to Coast Trail will stretch from Hope to the Salish Sea along 550 km of trails. This section of the trail in Chilliwack parallels the Fraser River and connects two parks: Island 22 to Ferry…

Sumas Dyke Trails

There are many flat and scenic trails to explore on the dykes around the Sumas Prairie. What was once a large lake, drained in the 1920s, the Sumas Prairie is now home to dairy farms and berry fields. You’ll…

False Creek + Granville Island

Circle False Creek on the popular Seaside Greenway. The path is separated from cars making it fun for cyclists and pedestrians. Explore Granville Island and shop at the Public Market, then take your bike on Aquabus to continue the…