All About The Vedder River Rotary Trail

Learn all about the Vedder River Rotary Trail in this informative post! How to get there, where to park, what to expect and more. With plenty of pretty pictures and stories in companion blog posts! Come on over for a stroll or bike ride to the most beautiful trail systems located in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada!

All about The Vedder River Rotary Trail


Welcome to the Vedder River Rotary Trail where you can find me nearly on a daily basis!

Read all my bike adventure posts HERE (most current).



The Vedder River Rotary Trail is located approximately 1.5 hours east of Vancouver in Chilliwack, BC, Canada and consist of miles upon miles of beautiful flat smooth forest walking trails winding along the Fraser and Vedder River.



The mostly flat trails are suitable for small children and jogger strollers, with most being horse and bike friendly. Bikes are highly recommended. You’ll cover more ground!

You will wind through farmland, cow meadows, dramatic forests and along riverbanks and babbling creeks.

Many come to fish, or picnic or swim in the middle of the riverbeds when the water level is low.



The most accessible parking is along the north side of the river, at the far south end of Lickman Road, Peach Road or at the far south end of Vedder Road (before it turns into Vedder Mountain Road) located near the new Vedder Bridge.

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I ride the trails nearly daily, and share lots of blog posts with gorgeous pictures during all the seasons, along with trail stories and tips.

Read all my bike adventure posts HERE (most current). 

Or visit each individual post below. (not always up to date)


Be sure to check out this BIKE TIPS series, loaded with helpful info!

Part 1 – How I accidentally started my bike ride habit – and how you can too!

Part 2 – How to buy the BEST bike for you, plus 10 must-get accessories