British Columbia

Welcome. Here you’ll find information and maps to guide you through some of the province’s most stunning landscapes as you explore BC’s Trans Canada Trail.

Canada Trail

  • Princeton

    Old stable in Princeton BCLocated in the Similkameen region of south BC, Princeton is an ex-mining town that now runs on forestry and tourism. Many old and new trails around the area invite cyclists to explore.
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  • Penticton

    Skaha Lake in Penticton BCHome to the Kettle Valley Rail Trail portion of the Trans Canada Trail, Penticton is a city located in between Hope and Princeton. Hiking & cycling are listed as the top activities for visitors.
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  • Kelowna

    Sign at entrance to Kelowna BCHome of Axel Merckx, a former professional Canadian cyclist, Kelowna is a destination for tourism year round thanks to winter and summer festivals/events.
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  • Grand Forks

    Kettle River from Railway Trestle In 1991 CP Railway abandoned the railway that runs through Grand Forks and this has been claimed as part of the Trans-Canada Bike Trail.
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  • Greenwood

    Greenwood Ranch Located on HWY 3, in the Kootenay Boundary region of south British Columbia, the Greenwood area has an incredible abundance of trails for cyclists to explore.
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  • Cowichan

    Marie Canyon on Vancouver Island Remarkable natural beauty, native arts, culture, and trails for both hiking & cycling. Duncan is a quaint little community north of Victoria on Vancouver Island.
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  • Victoria

    Development on the Victoria waterfrontVictoria BC, capital city of the province, has many bike trails in and around the beautiful city.
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