October 10, 2017 / Posted in blog, Uncategorized / By North Digital Dev / Leave comment

3 Greater Vancouver Family Bike Routes!

Vancouver is a great city to bike in and with Fall here, it’s time to go for some scenic family bike rides! Here are our top 3 favourite fall bike rides that are also family friendly.


Traboulay PoCo Trail

This is a beautiful 25.3 kilometre route that encircles the entire Port Coquitlam community. It is flat, easy bike ride that has a great, varied landscape including forest and creek, meadow and marsh, riverfront and cityscape.


Here are some distance markers from the Port Coquitlam website to help you keep track:

  • Hyde Creek Recreation Centre to DeBouville Slough
  • DeBouville Slough to Prairie Avenue
  • Prairie Avenue to Dominion Avenue
  • Dominion Avenue to Peace Park
  • Peace Park to Pitt River Road
  • Pitt River Road to Shaughnessy Street
  • Shaughnessy Street to Red Bridge
  • Red Bridge to Gates Park
  • Gates Park to Lions Park
  • Lions Park to Hyde Creek Recreation Centre


Steveston South Dyke Trail 

Predominantly agricultural, this 17 km route is a great way to see the beautiful city of Steveston. From art sculptures to boats, an old fishing village with many shops and restaurants, three museums, a boardwalk, wildlife – this ride has it all!


Here are some trail markers from the city of Richmond to help you find your way:

  • No 2 Road Pier / London’s Landing
  • Gilbert Beach
  • London Heritage Farm
  • No. 3 Road Fishing Pier
  • Dogs Off-Leash Park
  • Finn Slough
  • Horseshoe Slough


Burnaby Lake Loop

The Burnaby lake is the largest lake in the Lower Mainland and has a rich, beautiful ecology that it offers. This is a 10 km ride that is perfect for families (including pets!). Make sure to look out for some wildlife – if you are lucky, you might be able to catch a beaver or two!

This is a relatively simple and round trail so we don’t have a list of landmarks for you. However, here are some great pictures to give you an idea of the beauty of this loop!

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Like this blog post? Let us know and we will keep doing seasonal trails for you to check out! Also, tag us on Instagram and Facebook to let us know if you tried these trails out. We would love to see your pictures!