Water, Water, Everywhere

A flat, scenic run around False Creek to English Bay and Second Beach.

Water Water Everywhere 16k
The 16k version.

This run is actually shorter than Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s epic poem, ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner‘ but it covers so much water along the way, it seemed like an appropriate title.

Following the flat path around False Creek, the 13k version turns around at the Inukshuk at English Bay (it actually clocks in at just less than 13k, so turn around at the bath house if you don’t want to cheat yourself) while the 16 version carries right out and around Second Beach Pool before both routes head back up and over Burrard Bridge. The bridge bike line means we have to take the stairs up the west side of the bridge, but it’s all in the name of saving the planet, right? Resist the temptation to throw rocks at albatrosses.

Water Water Everywhere 13k
The 13k version.

Click here for the 16k route on RunThere which is apparently now called ‘FriendFit.’ I’ll try to remember that.

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