We selected our favourite Vancouver activities for you. We warmly advise you to combine them all to experience the best of Vancouver. Yes cycle is conveniently located near Stanley Park, a few steps away from the start of the Seawall walk.
Distance from Yes Cycle:
5 minutes ride to Stanley Park
5 minutes ride to English Bay
5 minutes ride to Coal Harbour
10 minutes ride to Canada Place
10 minutes ride to Yaletown
20 minutes ride to Granville Market
30 minutes ride to Kitsilano Beach
Stanley Park Self Guided Tour
Duration: 5 minutes from yes Cycle shop
Start your journey with a beautiful ride in Stanley Park. The 9 kilometer Seawall cycling path offers one of the most beautiful views of Vancouver bays. Vancouver has the world’s longest uninterrupted waterfront path. The 28 km Seaside Greenway is an uninterrupted pathway, including the Stanley Park Seawall.
The Seawall is divided into two clearly marked sections – one for walkers and joggers (closest to the water), and one for cyclists and inline skaters (inside path)
Be sure to follow the signs to make sure you use the seawall safely, especially on sunny summer days and weekends when the area is particularly busy. This Vancouver Self guided Bike Tours is perfect for a family.
Granville Market Self Guided Tour
Distance: 20 minutes from Yes Cycle shop.
Cycle along English bay towards Granville Island. Stunning landscapes of Vancouver beautiful bays. Granville island is a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver.It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver.
There is so much to see at Granville Island, especially beyond the Public Market. Though the world-famous Public Market is certainly our favourite reason to visit, you won’t want to miss the works of Canada’s best artisans, craftspeople and the numerous cultural landmarks on the Island. It’s easy to spend 3-4 hours at Granville Island, especially when you realize all of the places to eat and drink!
Kitsilano Beach Self Guided Tour
Distance: 50 minutes from Yes Cycle shop.
Kitsilano Beach, known as “Kits Beach” to locals, is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver, especially in the warm summer months. Located at the north edge of the Kitsilano neighbourhood, the beach faces out onto Burrard Inlet.