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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…

Vancouver to Steveston

Ride the rails-to-trails from Vancouver to Steveston. Start on the Arbutus Greenway, ride over the Canada Line Bridge, along Middle Arm Dyke Trail then follow Railway Greenway. Visit the historic fishing village of Steveston on the Fraser River…

The Drive

Tour East Van and visit The Drive on the Adanac Bikeway. There are breweries to visit, murals to see, and restaurants and shops on Commercial Drive. Add on a loop through Strathcona and Chinatown. At the end of the…

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…

Southlands

You can feel miles from the city in Vancouver’s Southlands neighbourhood, a rural area near UBC and the Musqueam Nation. Starting from Pacific Spirit Park, explore wooded trails, visit the Musqueam Cultural Centre, and pass by the Southlands Riding…

Portside Bikeway

Follow the Vancouver shoreline on Portside Bikeway. See the Container Port, tugs and fireboats, and enjoy views of The Lions and North Shore mountains. Explore New Brighton Park’s easy trails and discover the greenways and gardens of Hastings Park.…

Arbutus Greenway

Here comes the Arbutus Greenway ― a dream come true for Vancouver! This former railway is now a safe urban space for people to enjoy. The trail starts near Granville Island and runs 8.5km on a paved and separated…

Seaside Greenway

Seaside Greenway is the most popular bike route in Vancouver. On a dedicated bike path separated from cars, it is safe for riders of all ages and abilities, and fun for pedestrians and joggers, too. The route follows The…

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…

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…

Fraser Shores

Explore Burnaby’s Fraser Foreshore Park and Vancouver’s River District Trail on this section of the Canyon to Coast Trail. Ride the Fraser River shoreline and look for tugboats, barges, and log booms. There are places to stop and view…

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.…

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…

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,…