Vancouver, Canadá

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clock-o3 horas (aprox.)
ticket-oEntrada para dispositivos móviles
commentIdiomas disponibles: Inglés

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Pasee en bicicleta lejos del ruido urbano y desaparezca en el bosque en este recorrido en bicicleta de 3 horas por Stanley Park. Explore los puntos de interés a un ritmo relajado: los tótems de las Naciones Originarias en Brockton Point, Lost Lagoon y el inesperado oasis de Third Beach, entre otros. Busque águilas americanas y pasee por el camino pavimentado de la muralla perimetral para ver el bonitos paisaje de la ciudad y la montaña. A lo largo del camino, aprenda sobre las raíces históricas de Vancouver en la industria maderera y los ricos ecosistemas del parque gracias a un guía experto. Este recorrido para grupos pequeños limitado a 12 personas les encantará a los usuarios de todos los niveles de experiencia.

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, sep 2018

Lucas was very informative and the pace and length was just right for having arrived in town the night before. We had only three people in our group and that was great. Vancouver is an easy city to view by bike. Many bike only lanes even in downtown. Great way to see Stanley Park in a short time.

P
, ago 2017

Nick was a great guide to take us on a bike ride in the city to Stanley Park. We really enjoyed ourselves.

M
, jul 2017

Our guide, Ken, was outstanding! He was fun, informative and attentive to the different ages and abilities of the riders on this tour. It's a very manageable ride - you stop frequently to see the sites and there's really only one challenging hill. The tour is a great way to see the city and learn a bit about it. It was the best thing we did on our two day visit to Vancouver.

O
, jul 2017

We had a fantastic time cycling through Stanley Park, the suburbs and waterways Our guide Lisa was very knowledgeable and made the bike ride fun. It is the best way to get a brief glimpse into Vancouver and get fit at the same time. Highly recommend this tour.

M
, sep 2016

This tour was fantastic, and Amanda, our guide, was great! I would definitely tell you that you have to be in good condition to do this tour. You need to be a bike rider and be able to stay up with a group. If you can't do that, you shouldn't choose this tour. If you can, sign up! It was great!

L
, ago 2016

Its a great way to see Stanley Park.

K
, jul 2016

Our Guide Kate was excellent. Her knowledge of the history of Stanley park was very very good. It wasn't a hard ride either.

M
, jul 2016

Great way to see the city- our guide was knowledgable and the bikes were in great shape. Only thing I could add to it was that they should have provided a water for each bike- it would have been a nice touch. Stanley Park was worth the time and the visit!

T
, jun 2016

Our family of 5 loved this bike tour. Stanley Park was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. The views of the water, mountains, and then the trek into the rainforest were wonderful. Our guide was very knowledgeable and nice. There isn't much history to speak of in Vancouver, so don't expect it to be the same tour you would get in Rome, but the views and exercise are worth the trip. It was a little slow read - boring at first just because we were still in the city, but hang in there, because it gets much better. And the company was very accommodating to our 7-year old little girl, who rode behind in a tandom/ tag-along, which was perfect. Our 12 and 15 year olds were easily able to keep up - this was not rigorous, but had a nice pace. Bike tours are the best way to see a city!

M
, nov 2015

Great fun! Perfect distance and the scenery was great. The bikes were also in good condition.

Our guide was Michael, and he was both knowledgeable and friendly. He definitely added to the experience!


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