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Fort to Fort Trail

Sometimes there’s the perfect ride — this is one of my favourites — the river and valley views are spectacular. The route follows the The Great Trail through farm fields along the Fraser River to Fort Langley. For a…

Stanley Park

The Stanley Park Seawall is Vancouver’s most famous ride. Part of The Great Trail, dozens of people ride this popular route every day, especially on weekends. Once the kids are confident on their bikes this is a great ride.…

Central Valley Greenway

A multi-use pedestrian and cycling route linking New Westminster, Burnaby and Vancouver, the CVG-Central Valley Greenway is a great place to walk, run, or ride. From end to end the 25km route is flat, separated and safe with many…

Pemberton Meadows

Ride  the flat Pemberton Valley any time of the year on this flat road with moderate traffic, suitable for intermediate riders and road bikers. You’ll see potatoes growing in the fields and enjoy views of Mount Currie. Beginners will enjoy this…

North Shore Spirit Trail

That’s the Spirit…Trail! For a fun and easy ride head over to the North Shore and enjoy the Spirit Trail. The well-signed route is a safe and separated pathway with lots to discover along the way. Ride to the…

BC Parkway

For a great city ride through New Westminster, Burnaby and Vancouver, take the BC Parkway. The mostly flat route follows the Skytrain most of the way. It’s 18km long from the Fraser River to Trout Lake. I start at…

Matsqui Meander

Visit Matsqui Trail Park for a flat and easy ride along the Fraser River dykes. Enjoy views of the river and surrounding farmlands on this section of the Trans Canada Great Trail. Beginning riders will enjoy the easy Willband…

Ridgeway Loop

Vancouver’s Ridgeway Greenway is a linear exploration of a string of parks, walkways, seating areas, and public art.  Look around you as you ride — and look up — there’s art everywhere.…

Minnekhada

Minnekhada was once the hunting lodge of Eric Hamber, Lieutenant Governor of BC in the early 1900s and is now a popular park. Follow The Great Trail along the Coquitlam River and join the Poco Trail through Port Coquitlam…

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…

Delta Watershed

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

City Circle

Explore Vancouver on the Seaside Greenway and through Chinatown and Gastown on this city loop. You’ll follow the shoreline from the Convention Center, around Stanley Park, and along False Creek. The views are spectacular any time of the year…

Vedder River Trails

This scenic riverside trail is easy for beginners and great for walking and running, too. The route stretches from Vedder Crossing to the Vedder Canal. There is parking at both ends, entry points along the trail and choices if…

Burrard Inlet Trails

There’s something for everyone on the Burrard Inlet trails. In Barnet Marine Park, Drummond Trail is flat and easy, Burnaby Mountain Bike Skills Park is fun for kids of all ages, Cougar Trail is a moderate ride, and there’s…

Queen Elizabeth Park Loop

This route follows five Vancouver Greenways: Seaside, Cypress, Arbutus, Ridgeway, and Ontario. Queen Elizabeth Park is the highest spot in the city. Once a rock quarry, the park is famous for city views, Quarry Gardens, Bloedel Conservatory,…