With its mild climate and stunning scenery, there’s no better way to see Vancouver’s awe-inspiring mountains and shores, farms and vibrant city neighbourhoods. Enjoy the new Arbutus Greenway, visit a historic fishing village in Steveston or meander the Pitt Meadows dykes by the cranberry fields. With distances ranging from 5km to 50km, these easy day trips are fun for families, beginning cyclists, seniors, explorers and those who like to stop and smell the roses.
“I have always been an avid explorer and cyclist but your books have taken me to a lot of places I wouldn’t have discovered.”
“My husband loves maps and he particularly loves these maps – they are clear and easy to follow while we are riding.”
“I just had to reach out and thank you for creating this book. I’m new to biking and just got an eBike, and your routes have been a gold mine.”
“Thank you for your maps now in books! Much easier to plan and quick reference by flipping pages instead of web pages.”
— Janet, Mount Baker Club Ride Leader
“Your book is fabulous and I bought copies for all my friends who just got eBikes. Although I’ve lived in Vancouver and BC for 30 years I feel like I’m discovering a whole new world because of your book.”
About the author
Colleen MacDonald is the author of the popular biking blog Let’s Go Biking. She has written books about local history, as well as children’s stories. Colleen has cycled all over the world and still thinks Vancouver is one of the best places to cycle. She spends her time in Belcarra and Whistler, BC.
- 84 easy-to-follow maps: Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Whistler
- Something for everyone — from flat scenic trails to quiet country roads
- Includes donation to HUB Cycling, Trails Society of BC and BC Cycling Coalition
- Paperback, 8 x 10.5”, 122 pages all colour
- ISBN 978-1-77530-810-2