Get your circulation flowing on this 3.5-hour guided bike tour of Vancouver’s western side. Huff up to an elevation of 328 feet (100 meters) over a distance of roughly 15 miles (25 km), and your efforts will be rewarded with sweeping city panoramas. Discover Vancouver beaches, Trimble Park, the University of British Columbia, Kitsilano, and the well-heeled district of Point Grey. A guide takes you off the well-beaten tourist path to explore the city the way the locals do.
3.5-hour afternoon bicycle tour of Vancouver
Explore the western side of the coastal city
See Vancouver beaches, Trimble Park, and the University of British Columbia
Cycle through Kitsilano and the upscale district of Point Grey
Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a more memorable experience
While on vacation, stay active with this afternoon bike tour of Vancouver. Depending on the pace of your group, the tour lasts about 3.5 hours, with an actual cycling time of just under two hours. Expect to pedal a distance of 15 miles (25 kilometers) and climb an elevation of about 328 feet (100 meters), with plenty of stops to catch your breath and take in the gorgeous views.
Begin near the water at West End and pedal your way up to stunning vista points. Discover totem poles, hidden rain forest trails, and so much more, with your guide sharing engaging historical commentary along the way.
Travel through Kitsilano and Point Grey, one of he most expensive postal codes in Canada. During the return bike ride, admire serene stretches of sand as you pass the beaches of Kitsilano, Jericho, Locarno, and Spanish Banks. Cycle through Trimble Park and the University of British Columbia. At the end of the tour, come away feeling as if you’ve experienced Vancouver like a local.
Please note: Use of a bicycle and helmet are included in your tour, and some cycling experience is recommended.