Keep Moving (November): 5 great biking trails in the Lower Mainland

November 3, 2016


Our newest monthly feature is 'Keep Moving', a segment that will encourage you to get out and about in Vancouver. Even as the weather is turning, it's amazing how many outdoor opportunities there are in the Lower Mainland that keep you moving. This month's feature is a list of five of the best biking trails in Vancouver and Greater Vancouver. They range from scenic to physically challenging but each has their own special charm. If you want a way to get sweating while seeing different parts of our beautiful province, biking is the perfect way to do it. 


1.  Central Valley Greenway

 Difficulty: Intermediate


Distance: 26 km


Type of Bike: Any


Location: From New Westminster to Vancouver


2. Stanley Park Seawall


Difficulty: Easy


Distance: 9.5 km loop


Type of Bike: Any


Location: Stanley Park, Vancouver 


3. Queen Elizabeth Park - Van Dusen Botanical Gardens


Difficulty: Easy


Type of Bike: Any


Location: Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver


4. Pipeline Trail

 Difficulty: Advanced


Distance: 1.5 km


Type of Bike: Mountain Bike


Location: Mount Fromme, North Vancouver


5. Traboulay Poco Trail

Difficulty: Easy but with long circuit 


Distance: 25. 5 km


Type of Bike: Any


Location: Port Coquitlam, B.C. 



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