6 Versatile Trails in the Lower Mainland!


Vancouver is full of amazing, natural trails to walk, run, or bike. Check out these trails in the Lower Mainland to change up the scenery of your outdoor activities!

1. North Shore Spirit Trail

Whether you live on the North Shore or you are heading over for the day, the North Shore Spirit Trail is quickly becoming one of the city’s best activities. You can run, cycle, or roller blade on the (mostly) waterfront trail. If you’re looking for an even longer workout, take the lower roads all the way to Deep Cove!


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2. Pacific Spirit Park

The UBC trails are a great way to get lost in the forest for a workout. Open to bikes and runners, there are many trail routes to choose from.


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3. Fraser Foreshore Park Trail

Stretching from Burnaby to Vancouver, the route is flat and wide and completely cut off from traffic! Look forward to views of water birds and boats along the adjacent river.


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4. Rice Lake

Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve has trails for all skill levels, Rice Lake is an easier loop trail with biking options in the surrounding areas. If you’re looking for lunch, bring your fishing rod along for a fresh catch!


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 5. Port Moody Shoreline Trail

Rocky Point Park is a local favourite in Port Moody. The Shoreline Trail offers scenic views and is suitable for all skill levels.


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 6. False Creek North Walk

This trail connects to most of downtown and is a great place to get lost within the city! There are parks lining the route as well.


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These trails are a great way to get outside and change up the scenery on your next outdoor activity!