Biking in B.C.

Biking is one of the best ways to see B.C. You can see mountains, rivers and wildlife. You can stop for a picnic in a park or go for a swim at a beach.

Here are some places to see by bike.

Stanley Park Seawall

Stanley Park is in Vancouver. Ride along the seawall. You will see the Lions Gate Bridge, the North Shore Mountains and Siwash Rock.

Two people on bicycles riding on a path beside a beach.


International Hiking and Biking Trail

You can bike from Oliver to Osoyoos, B.C. There are ponds with ducks, herons, eagles and painted turtles. The trail goes along the Okanagan River. You can swim in the river. You can visit a winery.

An adobe-style winery building with green grass and blue sky is in the background.


Salt Spring Island: South End Slow Cycle

This bike route goes from the Fulford Harbour ferry terminal to Ruckle Provincial Park. You will see a lake and pastures in the countryside. You can stop at a farm stand to buy fruit, jams and flowers.

Rippled water with a forest and blue sky in the backtground.

To find more places to bike, visit HelloBC.

Adapted from HelloBC • Photos: Coreen Douglas, Wikimedia Commons/Darren Kirby, Wikimedia Commons/Michal Klajban