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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,…

Green Timbers + Tynehead Park

There are miles of greenways in Surrey to explore! This route follows the Green Timbers Greenway and links two easy parks for cyclists — Green Timbers and Tynehead. Most of the route is flat and easy, there is…

Deep Cove

There’s lots to see and do in Deep Cove on this cycling and walking route. See the ruins of the old mill in Cates Park, ride through Dollarton, choose the flat Spirit Trail, or climb the hills and trails…

Surrey Shores

Three parks in South Surrey offer something for everyone. Beginners can explore Crescent Beach, Elgin Park and Serpentine Fen. More advanced riders can loop the parks together for a 30km ride with views west across Boundary Bay and north…

Queensborough

Tucked away under New Westminster’s bridges is a quiet island getaway. In summer, the Q2Q Ferry runs from Westminster Quay to Port Royal. With very little traffic, a pathway around the eastern tip and a long dyke trail, there’s…

Lochside Trail

When the kiddos are a bit older or with the chariot trailing behind and you are up for an island getaway, try the Lochside Trail from Swartz Bay to Victoria. Park at the Tsawwassen ferry terminal day lot and cycle onto the ferry. This…

Galloping Goose Trail

The Galloping Goose Trail is named after the passenger train #15813 that ran twice a day from Sooke to Victoria from 1922-1931. The trail is popular and it makes for a great 2-3 day trip. There are many BBs and campgrounds along…

Lynn Creek

There are two short but fun routes on Lynn Creek on the North Shore. Upper Lynn Creek has a more advanced trail and you can connect to Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve. For a short and sweet ride explore Lower…

Pacific Spirit Park

There’s nothing like feeling a million miles away from the city and it’s do-able, just a short distance from Vancouver — in Pacific Spirit Park. The trails vary through the park, from wide and easy to hilly and…

Nanaimo

Explore the bike paths at Nanaimo Harbour.  A map is posted along the harbour and copies are available at the Visitors Center or click on the link below. Head along the shore on the Harbourside Walkway, the Queen Elizabeth Promenade then take the little ferry over to…

Iona Jetty

Just north of the Vancouver Airport is an easy ride with a combo of dyke, road, and would you believe it — a 4km jetty into the ocean! You might see jets landing and taking off, and eagles, herons,…

Poco Trail

The Poco Trail is one of the most popular rides in Metro Vancouver. It’s flat, off road, and scenic...the perfect combo for a great day. The trail circles Port Coquitlam weaving through parks and on the dykes of…

Coquitlam Parks

Take Evergreen Skytrain line to explore Coquitlam’s parks. From Burquitlam Station the route runs through neighbourhoods and parks. Visit the playground and sculpture garden in Blue Mountain Park, circle Como Lake, and ride through the urban forest…

Westham Island

For those who love birds and ducks and geese (and who doesn’t?) how about a ride to the Reifel Bird Sanctuary on Westham Island? Start from Ladner for an 18km ride or start from Westham Island bridge for a…

Brunswick Point

For a quiet ride with the kids, try Brunswick Point in Ladner. There’s lots of bird watching along the shores - keep your eyes open for flocks of ducks, fishing herons, eagles, and migrating birds. A great ride for…