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Vancouver Highlights Bike Tour

Highlights
  • See Vancouver area highlights like Chinatown, Granville Island, and Gastown 
  • This bike tour covers more ground than walking tours in the same time frame 
  • Dedicated bike lanes and safety-first guides ensure a comfortable ride 
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Vancouver Highlights Bike Tour
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Overview
Dedicated bicycle lanes, a moderate climate, and gentle hills make a bike tour the ideal way to see more of Vancouver’s enclaves in a single outing. Tour the city’s top natural and cultural attractions, including the rain forest at Stanley Park and the historic waterfront neighborhood of West End, on this guided bike tour of the city. This tour is suitable for cyclists of all levels.
What to Expect
Begin your bike tour in central Vancouver; meet your guide, and go through a safety briefing before setting off on a city ride.

First, cruise to the West End, a historic waterfront neighborhood known for its grand homes. Continue to the 1,000-acre (405-hectares) Stanley Park and take in views of the North Shore Mountains and city skyline—see as far as Mount Baker on a clear day.

Next, bring your bike onto the ferry for a quick ride to Granville Island. Stop just long enough to stroll through the Public Market and grab lunch in an idyllic locale before heading through Olympic Village and Chinatown to Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, dubbed the "world’s top city garden" by National Geographic.

Conclude your tour with a spin through Gastown, a historic logging outpost turned chic entertainment and shopping district. Arrive back at the bike rental shop by mid-afternoon.
Reviews (184)
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Reviewed 3 days ago
What a great way to see and learn about Vancouver!

First of all, hats off to Paulo, our tour guide. He was fantastic, super articulate in how he delivered the information and really elevated this tour from great to really great. His knowledge of Vancouver's rich history was exceptional and he has an amazing ability...More

Thank Relax417355
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Lots of fun

we went to the bike tour with the sweetest guide:) greg Who explained to us a little bit of the history of the First Nations and the beginning of the city of Vancouver We took a lot of pictures and had lots of fun!! I...More

Thank Monica D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent way to get an overview of Vancouver

The tour takes just over 5 hours with a 45 min stop on Granville Island for lunch. The biking infrastructure is great and you feel safe riding when you’re on the road with cars. Most of the tour takes place off the roads and on...More

Thank CB1234_11
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great introduction to Vancouver

We took the "Grand Tour: Vancouver Encompassed" , a 5-hour overview of Vancouver with an energetic and passionate guide, Paulo. We rode through West End, Stanley Park (seeing the totem poles, part of the Seawall, and the rainforest), and then past English Bay to False...More

Thank Gurke13
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great way to see the city!

We loved our Vancouver bike tour with Greg (ask for him)!! It is the perfect way to see the city and all it has to offer. We rode all over the city and had Greg to fill us in on facts and fun along the...More

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Critique411
22 August 2018|
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Response from Neil M | Reviewed this property |
My previous answer seems to have disappeared ! ..so I'll repeat - I'm 73. Nae bother!
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DAVIDAHARRIS1
21 July 2018|
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Response from mikerY1239IR | Reviewed this property |
Yes they do. Whether you are just renting a bike or going on a tour I would let them know you want an e-bike at the time of your reservation. I believe there is an extra charge for e-bikes. We went on the longer tour and... More
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