Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in British Columbia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Nice 9km walk. Just beautiful!

Wonderful challenge! No two steps are the same. Be prepared to use your mind, body, and spirit for this hike. There are some really cool views of the Howe Sound and Shannon Falls.

road biking
1 month ago

I highly recommend renting a bicycle and riding in and around Stanley Park. It's a gorgeous place to spend half a day. We actually rode bicycles all around Vancouver including Grandview island. This loop trail is very busy during weekends with runners and cyclists.

The jewel of Vancouver. You get to see some of the best views Vancouver has to offer.

trail running
1 month ago

Accessible during any season. Scenic and leisurely. Great for running, biking or an easy walk.

1 month ago

Nice to do when the weather is warm.

So beautiful!

road biking
4 months ago

Rented bikes and cruised the whole way around. Great day!

Walk or cycle. A must do for anyone visiting Vancouver.
Bring your swimmers for Third beach if the weather is nice.

Nice leisurely bike route

5 months ago

Great place to take a stroll or a leisure bike ride.

A decent walk - could feel it in my legs after. Not as busy as I expected. It's stroller friendly too.

One of Vancouver's main attractions!

6 months ago

Great to see once, but for the price, would not go again.

Not exactly a trail, just a nice path for walk and/or run

Did this one a couple months ago and loved the challenge. Was even better the second time as I knew what to expect. Took 3 hours motoring pretty fast. It is difficult - long, scrambling, inclines. But not impossible. It's nice how it repeatedly challenges you and then evens out for a bit. Eat a good breakfast and bring lots of water. I went through 3L. Worth the beer and view at the end!

biking one way (counter clockwise) closes gate on trail 11 pm good for wheelchairs and seniors lots of benches to rest with breath taking scenery

Beautiful hike with a gorgeous view on top! The first part with the stairs is quite hard and you have to keep energy for the rest!
We did the hike between 3:30pm and 7pm and stayed at the top of the mountain for the sunset, which was a spectacular and memorable moment! we went down with the gondola.
Amazing hike that I strongly recommand!

Excellent! A pleasant long walk in the park
As easy as it gets.

Flat and path all the way, great for a lunch break run

Being so close to downtown Port Moody, we found this trail to be very busy.

Challenging hike, loved it

nice scenic stroll

Note: Not really out and back (take the $15 Gondola down - too dangerous to hike down), and it's 7.5km one way, not 11 out and back. But it's super beautiful and super difficult. Bring plenty of water & snacks and wear good hiking shoes/boots. There are some seriously challenging sections involving scrambling up steep, loose rocks/boulders, chains and ropes to pull yourself along steep embankments, and lots of ladders and inclines. But it's also the most beautiful hike I've ever done. The terrain changes so much and the top of Shannon Falls is gorgeous. Lots to do up top - eat, grab a beer, throw axes, and there's lots more trails from there if your body can handle it. Tough but rewarding as hell :)

Maplewood Flats is a quiet little piece of land tucked in among the industry and business of North Vancouver. It's the last little bit of natural mudflat habitat left in Burrard Inlet, and is totally worth the trip. The trails are wide and well maintained, great for families with kids/strollers or anyone in a wheelchair. It's very easy to get to, with a bus stop right outside the entrance, which makes it a perfect spot for a short hike during a busy day. The Wild Bird Trust of BC who manages the conservation area often has a friendly staff member on site, and near the trail entrance there are places to sit down for a bite to eat or to watch the birds that are constantly around the feeders set up there. With all of the development happening in North Van, I only wish this little piece of nature could be bigger. There are many different habitat types throughout the area so you see a lot for such a short loop. Would highly recommend! Protect our natural areas on the North Shore!

mountain biking
8 months ago

the entire park is amazing. we rented some bikes and rode along through the seawall. the views were breathtaking. we rode through these steep trails as well which was so much fun

This trail was amazing!!! It had a bit of everything. It has several sections that climb for a long ways but each seemed to be separated by stretches that allowed you to catch your breath. A couple waterfalls along the way and a very peaceful setting! One of my favorite BC hikes I've done!

Great walk. Loved it

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