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Bike Tour of Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park

From US$54,18
  • Bike tour of Vancouver with bike rental, helmet, and lock
  • Route designed to use Vancouver bike lands and paths
  • Great overview of main Vancouver neighborhoods
Bike Tour of Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park
From US$54,18
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Bike Tour of Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park
From US$54,18
Ride a bike through Stanley Park and Downtown Vancouver on a guided, half-day bike tour that follows 11 miles (18 kilometers) of quiet bike lanes and bike paths to some of the city’s top sights. Biking in Vancouver is a great way to cover city highlights in limited time, with plenty of stops to explore colorful neighborhoods, historic architecture, and Vancouver’s beautiful waterfront.
What to Expect
Start in Vancouver’s West End, where you’ll be fitted with a bike and go over the basics of safe city riding. Hop on your bike and ride through the colorful Davie Village, home of the Vancouver Pride Festival. Then, see the city’s largest collection of historic homes in the Mole Hill Community.

From there, continue to Robson Square, the bustling heart of Downtown, locking up your bike so you can walk around the sprawling plaza. Ride from Robson Square to the Vancouver waterfront and the 13.5-mile (22-kilometer) seawall, where you’ll keep pedaling with sweeping views of the mountains and Vancouver's skyline on the horizon.

Duck off the seawall into the sprawling Stanley Park, pausing at the bird sanctuary, spotting totem poles, and checking out scenic beaches at the edge of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay. The bike tour concludes at English Bay, where you can return to Downtown or keep exploring Stanley Park.
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great way to see vancouver

My two friends and I were in Vancouver to visit and we booked a Stanley park bike tour with Jeremy. He was super knowledgeable and so easy going. He made the tour so much fun and was one of the highlights of our stay in...More

Thank lockeness28
Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile
Great Vancouver Introduction

I’ve taken bike tours in Paris, Berlin, Mexico City and now Vancouver and this ranks right up there in terms of the experience. Jeremy was great. Very personable and adaptive in his tour. Made us gain a great appreciation for the city.

1  Thank Bryan R
Reviewed 17 March 2018
Perfect way to spend the day!

Explored the various downtown Vancouver neighborhoods and took a quick lap around Stanley Park. Jeremy is an excellent guide and very knowledgeable about the city. The destinations were so interesting and the views were beautiful. Would definitely recommend this tour to anyone. I had a...More

1  Thank tranaq
Reviewed 3 January 2018
Great way to explore downtown of Vancouver!

It was a great way for us to see various parts of Vancouver downtown area. Jeremy has a great knowledge about his city and he is a very passionate about promoting west coast and Vancouver tourism. I highly recommend this bike tour.

1  Thank Stella L
Reviewed 11 November 2017
Perfect tour to discouver Vancouver city!

Many thanks Jeremy for this fantastic tour and insights about Vancouver!! Look forward to do another bike tour next time. I highly recommend this bike tour, ideally also at the beginning of your trip. It gives you a great overview of the city and Jeremy...More

1  Thank Eva W
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