Transportation & Maps
While the easiest way to get to and around Fort Langley is by car, recreational vehicle or motorcycle, there are other options for transportation and getting around town.
Upon arriving in this picturesque, historic village, visitors will find all major attractions are within walking distance. However, a vehicle is necessary to head out on one of the areas three scenic driving routes.
To get from downtown Vancouver to Fort Langley, it's a 40-minute drive of about 50km/31mi east on the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1). Take the 232nd Street exit north off the highway, and Fort Langley is just 6km/4mi away.
Fort Langley can also be reached via the Golden Ears Bridge, which offers access over the Fraser River from Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge at 200th Street, directly west of Fort Langley.