Centennial Beach in Boundary Bay Regional Park
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Family biking in grasslands (Picture BC photo)

Family biking in grasslands (Picture BC photo)

Flat roads, trails and dykes around Delta offer some of the best biking in the Vancouver region and they set the stage for Tour de Delta, one of BC's top cycling events.

Boundary Bay Regional Park

Walkers and cyclists flock to the waterside trail in Boundary Bay Regional Park that follows the shoreline for 14km from Rte 17A to 112th St. The full Dyke Trail is a loose-surface, shared-use trail with walkers and equestrians so resist the temptation to speed up like a wannabe Lance Armstrong.

North Delta Watershed Park (easy/moderate)

Because of its hillier landscape, North Delta's trails attract hikers seeking a workout, horses and mountain bikers. Covering 153hc/375ac, Watershed Park is Delta's largest park reserve offering forested trails, well groomed paths, old gravel service roads and crossings. There are several park access points along 64th Avenue as well as off Hwy 10.

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