Langford is a hub for outdoor recreation enthusiasts, especially mountain bikers and cyclists. The Jordie Lunn Bike Park is Langford’s newest addition to the mountain biking scene and is a one-of-a-kind recreational cycling space that caters to cyclists of all ages and abilities. The City is also home to many dedicated biking and cycling routes that make Langford an increasingly accessible community.
The City of Langford strives to create viable, eco-friendly transportation options, and bike routes are one aspect of this goal. The City has invested in creating an extensive trail system and dedicated bike routes to make Langford as accessible as possible. A friendly reminder that helmets are required by law in British Columbia.
View a map of Langford’s extensive cycling network.
jordie lunn bike park
The Jordie Lunn Bike Park is now open to the public.
The Jordie Lunn Bike Park is a one-of-a-kind recreational cycling facility that caters to cyclists of a variety of ages and abilities. It combines elements of dirt jumping, a pump track, skills area and a cyclocross and mountain bike trail network in one seamless platform. The Jordie Lunn Bike Park has been built to inspire the local community to come together in their love for fun and innovative sport.
Coming in 2022: The Clubhouse at the Jordie Lunn Bike Park, containing washrooms, outdoor showers, community meeting space, a concession and bike repair and rental space.
galloping goose trail
The Galloping Goose Trail is southern Vancouver Island’s most traveled trail and provides a continuous route from Sooke to Sidney to downtown Victoria. It is the ideal choice for active commuters to and from Langford.
The Trail runs through south-central Langford and along the southern tip of Glen Lake. It moves through urban; rural and wilderness settings and the surface of the trail often reflects its surroundings. The majority of the Trail is unpaved gravel while the downtown portions that pass-through View Royal, Saanich and Victoria are paved.
e&n rail trail
The E&N Rail Trail is the Capital Region’s newest pedestrian and bicycle thoroughfare. Following the existing E&N Rail corridor, the Trail stretches from Esquimalt to the pedestrian-oriented green heart of Langford.
The E&N is the City’s main trail. It cuts through Langford’s downtown core, past City Centre Park and the Westhills development, into the beautiful greenery of CRD Humpback Reservoir where it connects with The Great Trail.