In the winter, the North Shore is a wall of gloom and rain.  In the summer, it’s a major playground for city slickers and worth exploring.  This ride ventures into the forest of the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve that features a nice 12km paved trail free of cars that follows a river to Seymour Lake.  Expect to climb for an extended period of time at a moderate grade. There is a short section of dirt trail, otherwise the route is paved.

Meet: 900AM at Terra Breads in Olympic Village.

Route: click here, over 60km

RSVP the Leader: Faye

One Response to “Saturday May 26 – Seymour Falls Dam Medium Ride”
  1. Faye L says:

    Thirteen riders started the day under overcast skies. It was perfect for the moderate climb to the undulating hills and then the rewarding, sweeping downhills back to the city. The demonstration forest trail is very popular with all levels of riders. We encountered two peletons including a group consisting of 6 or 7 year olds! The End of the Line General Store provided some much needed nutrition for our journey home.
    The ride was a success due to my supporting cast. A huge thank you to the following;
    Marty for leading after lunch
    Colin for sweeping (mostly me for leading from behind!)
    Rob S for leading to the Lion Gate Bridge and back to Terra Breads
    All riders for coming out for the ride

    Welcome to first time riders to the VBC, Justine and Tim S

    A few pix from the ride:

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