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Some of the Best Family Biking Trails in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains, British Columbia

Vancouver is known for being a super bike-friendly city. In the past few years the downtown core has enjoyed the addition of dedicated bike lanes and in the summer of 2016 the City of Vancouver introduced Mobi, a public bike-sharing program. There are lots of amazing spots to ride in Vancouver, like the Stanley Park Seawall, Queen Elizabeth Park or Pacific Spirit Park, but I thought I’d share some of our favourite, family-friendly cycling routes from outside Vancouver. Read more…

Hell’s Gate Canyon Going to the Dogs

Have you ever taken your dog on a gondola tram ride? The answer is probably no because dogs usually aren’t allowed on tourist attractions and either have to stay at home or wait in the car. If you’re thinking now’s the time to enjoy a dog-friendly tourist attraction, consider taking the family pooch to the Hell’s Gate Canyon air tram ride.

The Hell’s Gate Canyon tram ride is a two and a half hour drive from Vancouver, about 50 km from Hope, the town where travelers choose whether to drive on the Coquihalla Highway or along the Fraser Canyon route. Both highways will connect to Kamloops and then points further east. For travelers taking Highway 1 alongside the Fraser River, they’ll come across the Hell’s Gate Canyon tram about 50km north of Hope.

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