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Shaketown to Seymour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Endless Biking

  • Locations

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

  • Activities

    Adventure, Bike Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $158 USD per person
  • Duration

    3 Hours

  • Starting Location

    1401 Hunter Street. North Vancouver, BC.

  • Price Includes

    Rocky Mountain bike, POC helmet, EVOC pack, CLIF bar, and shuttle from Endless Biking to the trail-head

  • Notes

    Stops may include: End of the Line Cafe, Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, Seymour Conservation Reserve, Fisherman’s Trail, Seymour River. All abilities welcome.


  • Riding down easy and accessible paths and trails on the North Shore on locally-made Rocky Mountain bikes
  • Stopping at many picturesque and historic spots along the way
  • Exploring a rugged Canadian rainforest
  • Descending the Fisherman's Trail to the Seymour River on the way back

Trip Info

Want to explore the staggering beauty of British Columbia’s North Shore without getting lost? Then an Endless Biking Tour is for you (and your friends and family)! This 1-day scenic tour from Shaketown to Seymour takes riders of all levels – no mountain bike experience necessary – to breathtaking spots such as the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge (a bridge that hovers 160 feet above Lynn Creek), a beautiful rainforest, and areas around Mount Seymour. Come with a smile and leave with an even bigger one!

Your adventure awaits!

Endless Biking

Endless Biking is a full-service mountain bike outfitter providing lessons, rentals and tours. We are Canadian-owned and operated, in our 7th year of business and have a full-service outlet. Endless Biking provides the surrounding communities with a variety of mountain bike resources.

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