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Biking Trails

If you prefer to explore trails on two wheels instead of on two legs, Surrey has got a TON of options for cyclist friendly parks and trails. These trails all have one thing in common: beautiful vistas to accompany you on your adventure. Grab your helmet and discover Surrey’s top five biking trails!

1) Tynehead Regional Park

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Tynehead Regional Park is not only one of Surrey’s bigger parks, it also has a bounty of trails suitable for cyclists that are 5km long. The Tynehead Perimeter Trail is perfect for cyclists looking for a paved surface and moderate slopes. There’s also lots of wildlife viewing opportunities as owls, coyotes, and salmon call Tynehead Park their home. 

2) Mud Bay Park

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With scenic views, a flat surface, and the potential to into a 40km adventure, Mud Bay Park is a wonderful park for hopping on the trusty old bike and exploring the area. Mud Bay Park connects with the Boundary Bay Dyke Trail in Delta. This coastal trail is made up of gravel and boasts stunning views of Crescent Beach, Mount Baker, and many migratory birds. Note the trails close late Fall to Spring for migratory birds.

3) Surrey Bend Regional Park

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Surrey Bend Regional Park is Surrey’s newest park, and has some pretty stunning views of Barnston Island and the Fraser River. With 3km of bike trails residing in the Spirea Loop, Surrey Bend Regional Park is a beautiful spot to pack a picnic and spend the day.

4) Crescent Beach

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The boardwalk along Crescent Beach is a truly stunning venue for a mid-week bike ride. Connecting with Blackie Spit Park, there’s no limiting the adventures you can embark on! What makes these paths so inciting is the gravel paths that are wide enough to accommodate both cyclists and pedestrians as they take in the beautiful views.  

5) Elgin Heritage Park

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Spanning at about 4km total, Elgin Heritage Park is a wonderful trail for beginner cyclists looking for a leisurely cycle. With beautiful views of the Nicomekl River and trails that wind through the forested park. If you’re lucky, you’ll even spot a Barn Owl, just one of the many species of birds who frequent the park.

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