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Stanley Park Small-Group Bike Tour with E-Bike Option

Highlights
  • 3-hour guided bike tour of Stanley Park, known as the Green Heart of Vancouver
  • Ride an easy 5 to 6 miles (9 to 10 km) along the park’s Seawall path and trails
  • Visit Brockton Point’s Totem Poles, Lost Lagoon and Third Beach
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Stanley Park Bike Tour
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Overview
Discover one of Vancouver’s natural wonders by bike on a morning or afternoon tour of Stanley Park. Enjoy a relaxing 3-hour guided ride through the 1,000-acre (405-hectare) park – the city’s ‘Green Heart.’ Cruise by Lost Lagoon and Third Beach, view First Nations totem poles in Brockton Point, and catch great views of the city skyline, mountains and local wildlife. Along the way, learn about Vancouver’s rich history as a logging center and the park’s complex ecosystem.
What to Expect
Begin your morning or afternoon biking adventure in downtown Vancouver at the bike rental shop, where you’ll meet your friendly guide. After a quick safety briefing and a bike and helmet fitting, you'll set off on an invigorating nature ride through Stanley Park, a 1,000-acre (405-hectare) city oasis. Covering five to six miles (nine to ten km) at a leisurely pace, this park trail and bike-lane circuit is perfect for any level of rider.

Over the next three hours, enjoy picturesque urban and pastoral views as your guide takes you into Stanley Park and along the perimeter seawall. Bounded by water on three sides, Stanley Park offers great views of Burrard Inlet, the North Shore Mountains and the Vancouver skyline. As you ride, stop to snap photos and hear fascinating stories about Vancouver’s colorful history as a logging town.

Cruise past Lost Lagoon to catch chance sightings of resident herons, river otters and bald eagles – maybe even spot one of the 15 bald eagle nests in the park! Learn about the lagoon’s transformation from a tidal flat to a bio-filtration marsh, and pedal on to Brockton Point to view the amazing First Nations totems poles – a must-do for all native history enthusiasts!

Afterwards, cycle through the park’s wooded trails to explore a temperate rain forest, and to view Beaver Lake and the park’s famous 700-year-old cedar tree. Your final stop is Third Beach, a secluded city retreat on Ferguson Point. Enjoy some quiet time on the beach before heading back to town.

Your 3-hour ride ends back at the bike rental shop.
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Smiles, fresh air & great guide

Hi, Although we did this tour a while back- just been so busy and waiting to head home now. PAULO was a great guide- he made the tour interesting, funny, knowledge and incorporated the whole group and involved us all. Gained a lot of info...More

Thank wetandhappy
Reviewed 2 days ago
From city to wilderness in five bicycle minutes...

My husband and I (pretty fit but on the "elder" side of life) had a fantastic experience touring Vancouver's Stanley Park with guide Paolo, who shared his wealth of knowledge of the history and ecology of the area on several stops along the way. The...More

Thank Suzanne D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
perfect day in Vancouver on bike

We booked a city tour with our guide Paulo. It was a great day ! The tour was very interesting , we came at nice places and our very friendly guide gave a lot of information during the tour. It was one of the highlights...More

1  Thank Kathleen C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great time

Wonderful three hour bike tour of Stanley Park. Begin tour in downtown Vancouver and cycled through a quiet and serene residential section of the city to reach Stanley Park. Upon reaching the park we cycled and visited several points of interest including a fantastic First...More

Thank Rob R
Reviewed 3 August 2018
Awesome sights and exercise

Friendly staff and knowledgeable guide ( George ) . Good quality bikes and helmets provided. The tour is very well planned and lots of sights to see and time to ask any questions you have . The ride is good fun and good exercise and...More

1  Thank StephenP1864
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