Wherever possible the path stays near the ocean. A series of workshops and open houses helped the design team to understand the ideas and concerns from a range of interest groups. Once complete, the Spirit Trail will connect the communities of Horseshoe Bay and Deep Cove with a continuous, relatively flat pathway for walkers and joggers, cyclists and in-line skaters, and people with mobility aids. Community ownership and pride have transcended municipal boundaries and the Spirit Trail is fast becoming a regional destination. Stretching from West to North Vancouver, this 35km greenway enables locals to bike, skate, run or walk throughout trails across the North Shore. It’s a greenway that spans the width of the North Shore. For the most part, the trail is separated from traffic. There is an additional connection to the SeaBus terminal along Chesterfield Place. Site created by, City of North Vancouver Spirit Trail Maps. RE/MAX Crest … Winding its way along our scenic waterfront, the North Shore Spirit Trail is truly a City treasure as a fully accessible 35km greenway that will extend from Horseshoe Bay to Deep Cove. Look for Squamish art on the seating areas and Squamish artist Wade Baker’s beautiful steel and carved red cedar arch called “Gateway to Ancient Wisdom”. Key connections, such as the Harbourside West Overpass, are seeing nearly 20,000 users per month. You can, Sentinel teacher mulling WorkSafe claim over COVID-19 exposure, Air Canada to offer 'unlimited travel' for one flat monthly rate, 'It pretty much wiped out everything' - West Van chemical spill worse than thought, Confirmed COVID-19 case linked to West Vancouver Aritzia location, Medical health officer says VCH won't list all school COVID-19 cases, Heiltsuk First Nation calling on DFO to close fish farms, citing wild salmon extinction risk, Face masks honour missing and murdered Indigenous women, Don’t forget climate change in pandemic, federal minister warns, COVID's second wave: what the road ahead looks like for food service workers, Horgan renews commitment to $10 daycare, blames Greens for delay. The simple hand-drawn mark merges human traits with the distinctive lines of a North Shore landscape in a style that references the stone carvings of our Native ancestors. Be sure to park your bike and take a detour down the pedestrian path to visit the new suspension bridge over the ravine. She is extremely organised and reliable when it comes to project management. Paul Wu + Associates Chartered Accountants, Studio/Agency: Seven25 Design & Typography. Watch for signs along the path about the history of Moodyville, a company town that grew up around a sawmill. A technical review of potential alternatives led staff to recommend council adopt a more northerly route, which would cross Lynn Creek near Hunter Street and travel eastward along Keith Road and Mount Seymour Parkway. Maps: City of North Vancouver website. Transportation staff received 31 requests in 2014 for new crosswalks and the engineering department received 49 requests. Pretty fitting if you ask me! Last year, the district installed six new crosswalks. This would one day allow city residents and visitors to hike, bike or rollerblade from Deep Cove to Horseshoe Bay. Or just sit outside with a coffee and enjoy the views. It’s also almost entirely flat too! That makes it fun and safe for cyclists of all abilities, as well as runners, walkers, in-line skaters and people with mobility aids. Business owners get FREE listings on GuidedBy.ca, Glacier Community Media © Copyright ® 2013 -, Have the North Shore News delivered to your inbox three times a week! Find trails for hikers and cyclists that run through the District and across the North Shore. Moodyville: Above Low Level Road the Spirit Trail heads into Moodyville Park.