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Bike Delta Watershed

Biking is everywhere in Delta, and thanks to our mild elevation, seaside dyke trails, and paved pathways, we've got a lot of selection for riders of all levels. This itinerary takes you through Watershed Park in North Delta and offers some delicious apres bike options to complete your day.

If you're looking for more forest canopy and a little more zip to your trails for your mountain bike, this itinerary is for you.
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​1. Breakfast!

Prepare for a day on the trails with a breakfast or brunch special from Fresh Cravings. Their all-day breakfast & brunch menu leaves no breakfast stone unturned, offering everything from fried chicken & waffles to the classics. If a cup of java is more your speed, stop into Cravings Coffee en route and pick up a few freshly baked treats, sandwiches, or wraps to-go. You'll be happy you did once you come across picnic opportunities within the park.

​2. Let's Go Biking

Watershed Park! Let's Go Biking describes this North Delta park as 'unassuming', and they hit the hammer on the nail! With a drive-by, you'd be hard-pressed to know what lies behind the thick treeline, but pedal inside and you'll be privy to a wonderfully woodsy trail running along a babbling creek/river.

The beauty of Watershed is that it offers trails for bikers of all levels. If you're out for a family ride, take the easy shorter route that's perfect for paddlers of all ages. If you're keen on more of a mountain bike vibe, hit the single track and build your skills by finding the ladder and log obstacles.

 

As with all our Delta bike trails, be courteous to all fellow riders, dog walkers, and forest walkers.

​3. Apres Bike

There's a myriad of authentic Indian cuisine within a short drive of Watershed. Tasty Indian Bistro offers an ambiance that can't be beaten and serves a traditional yet trendy menu. Or if a post-ride pint is more up your alley, One20 Public House is your best bet for delicious wings, fish & chips, and a cold one on the patio from one of BC's micro craft breweries.

Photo Credit @TastyIndianBistro and @One20Pub.