Bike Ride through Stanley Park

Let’s explore Stanley Park all together with a amazing bike ride. We will do the Bike Ride through Stanley Park on Saturday the 14th of June. We will meet at 2pm at Denman Street corner West Georgia Street and get our bikes. The bike rental will be about $6 per hour. Please make sure you have enough money with you.

For those of you who don’t know, Stanley Park is Vancouver’s biggest park, located on the edge of Downtown Vancouver. Every year Stanley Park attracts an estimated of eight million visitors every year, who come to check out the beauty Stanley Park has to offer. Also Stanley Park is 10% bigger than the New York Central Park, so pretty big.

The bike ride is about an hour and takes you all around Stanley Park. After we finished the round we can make a stop at one of the amazing beaches over there and enjoy the weather. The Seawall is a 22 km (13.7 miles) path that starts at the Convention Centre on Burrard Inlet (Coal Harbour), then goes around Stanley Park and False Creek, past Granville Island and ends at Kitsilano Beach Park. We will follow the Seawall part that goes around Stanley Park.

As the weather in Vancouver can change at a moment notice, be sure to check out our blog frequently. Should the weather be really bad, we will post a notice on the blog saying if we are cancelling or not. You can also send us a message (604 368 0816) to check if the bike ride is still on!

We hope we will see you all on Saturday for the bike ride. 

 

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 6N9-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Email: pr@internexcanada.com

 

 

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