Vancouver

Welcome to runners from

Vancouver

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Looking to make a day of it? Finding a new or the right trail for you can make all the difference. Get out for a run and find yourself refreshed and energised. We've done some research for you and have found some really nice trails for you to run and explore.

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The best trails to run in

Vancouver

Looking to make a day of it? Finding a new or the right trail for you can make all the difference. Get out for a run and find yourself refreshed and energised. We've done some research for you and have found some really nice trails for you to run and explore.

Lynn Headwaters Regional Park

Forest, Park

The largest of Vancouver‚Äôs regional parks,¬†Lynn Headwaters¬†has many fantastic (and challenging) running routes. The Lynn Loop is a 5.1-kilometer (3.2-mile) round-trip route that allows you to go through the forest before following the Lynn Creek back. The Varley Trail is an even easier‚ÄĒbut just as picturesque‚ÄĒoption, with boardwalks and stairs. On the edge of Lynn Headwaters Regional Park is the Rice Lake Trail, which is an easy three-kilometer (1.9-mile) loop.

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Lynn Headwaters Regional Park

Ambleside Park

Park, Forest

Ambleside Park in West Vancouver has a fantastic seawalk stretching just over three kilometers (1.9 miles) west to Dundarave Park. The waterfront path has incredible views across the Burrard Inlet towards Stanley Park and the Lions Gate Bridge. The other option from Ambleside Park is the Capilano Pacific Trail, a 15-kilometer (9.3-mile) round-trip path to Cleveland Dam. The trail follows the Capilano River, which is the border between North and West Vancouver. The elevation gain is 236 meters (774 feet).

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Ambleside Park

The Seawall

Park

The Seawall is the world’s longest uninterrupted waterfront path. It circles the downtown peninsula and stretches towards Olympic Village in one direction, and Kitsilano Beach in the other. There are many popular routes along the Seawall, including the False Creek loop, running from the Inukshuk in Stanley Park to Yaletown, or the Stanley Park loop. It’s a flat and well-maintained trail, which is busiest in the evenings and on the weekends.

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The Seawall

People you should run into in

Vancouver

Take a minute to check out and follow the runners below. We've listed them below because we believe they are local running legends and deserve the recognition.

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Looking for a reason to train? Join a running event!

One of the best ways to motivate yourself to get out running is to train for a race or a big running event. We've done a little research and have found some interesting running events coming up that you might be interested in. Check them out.

A Charlie Brown Christmas 5K/10K/13.1 Virtual Runs

5km, 10km, Half-marathon

Vancouver

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December 1, 2021

Steveston Icebreaker 8k

10km

Vancouver

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January 16, 2022

Chilly Chase

5km, 10km, 15km, Half-marathon

Vancouver

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January 23, 2022

"First Half" Half Marathon Vancouver

Half-marathon

Vancouver

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February 13, 2022

Fort Langley Historic Half

5km, 10km, Half-marathon

Vancouver

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February 20, 2022

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