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North Shore Spirit Trail

Winding its way along our scenic waterfront, the North Shore Spirit Trail is a true City treasure. A fully accessible 35km greenway that will extend from Horseshoe Bay all the way to Deep Cove.  This unique, waterfront-oriented trail provides pedestrians, cyclists, inline skaters and people with wheeled mobility aids safe access across the North Shore.

The City's portion of the Spirit Trail is 6.5km long. It connects growing neighbourhoods and new landmarks with popular destinations Lonsdale Quay, The Shipyards and Moodyville Park. See the City's The Spirit Trail route map.

The Spirit Trail is a collaboration between The City, First Nations, North Shore municipalities, and the provincial and federal governments.

Kings Mill Walk features spectacular views of the water, a separate off-leash dog area and connects to the impressive Harbourside West Overpass, a 280-metre long pedestrian bridge that links to West 1st Street over the train tracks. From here, you can walk, run, cycle or inline skate all the way to Lions Gate Bridge.

The Moodyville Park section is a nature-oriented trail that features many pieces of public art, the new Ravine Connector and its mini suspension bridge and the impressive 3rd Street Overpass to Heywood Street. It's worth checking out.

The City and Squamish Nation have completed the crossing through Mosquito Creek Marina. The trail is open for public use and now offers a safe and enjoyable path from the Moodyville neighbourhood through to West Vancouver. 

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