Chilliwack Cycle Tour
July 28, 2013
Summer Cycle Tour Chilliwack
Another Slow Cycle Event not to be missed!
This year’s family friendly Cycle Tour announces exciting new stops including a jersey dairy, with adorable calves, the Young Dairyman’s Association will be set up on-site with information and Birchwood dairy ice cream cones will be for sale. The VQA BC Wine store will be on location this year at Willow Creek Farm, a charming vineyard owned and operated by a dynamic family. Another fantastic addition to this year’s tour is the Wagner’s Five Acre Farm. Although the animals are few at this stop, the character is rich. You will not be disappointed as you wander through many rustic trails and come across benches and places to stop and enjoy nature at its finest. This is the country lifestyle garden tour, and our lower price was just an effort to make us more family friendly!
Old favourites will still be on the tour with sampling of meatballs, fresh produce, cheese and much more. We look forward to offering you the farm charm experience, and welcoming you to our community of Greendale!
Tour Date: July 28, 2013 (rain or shine!)
Times: 9am - 4pm (start and finish whenever you like during these times - tour distance approx. 25km)
Price: There is a charge for this event to offset the costs. Click here for price and registration details.
Start Location: Registration is located at the Tourism Chilliwack Visitor Centre, located off of Exit #116, in front of Heritage Park (the big red barns) at 44150 Luckakuck Way. Google map click here. Join the Yellow Deli and their mobile bus serving up Sunday breakfast at the registration area (cost extra).
Book soon! to stay with our sponsor, the Coast Chilliwack Hotel. The hotel is also able to provide bike storage. Call in to central reservations at 1-800-663-1144 and quote “Slow Food Cycle Tour” OR book online with this special code “CCK-GFC1690” by going to www.coasthotels.ca.
A shopping shuttle service has been provided by Tourism Chilliwack. They collect your purchases from the farms and bring them back to the registration area for you to pick up.