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Vancouver Island

Langford

Mountain biker overlooking town of Langford on Vancouver Island

Where it all happens

A city surrounded by nature, Langford combines epic mountain biking experiences with first-class recreation and unforgettable adventure. Outdoor recreation opportunities are plentiful, with a provincial park, three lakes, a variety of hiking trails, golf courses, and an intricate biking and cycling network all located within the city boundaries. While you’re here, catch a game at Langford’s Starlight Stadium, the home of Rugby Canada, Pacific Football Club, and the Westshore Rebels Junior Football team. With an award-winning culinary scene, nationally recognized sporting amenities, local shopping, and more, Langford has everything for an exciting mountain biking experience and more.

Number of Trails:
14
Highest Elevation:
349 m
Trails:
easy
1
intermediate
1
difficult
10
extra difficult
2
Riders rolling through paved pump track in Lanford on Vancouver Island

Jordie Lunn Bike Park

The Jordie Lunn Bike Park in the Westhills area of Langford is a one-of-a-kind recreational cycling space that caters to cyclists of all ages and abilities. The park features a world-class Velosolutions Intermediate Pump Track, beginner Pump Track and Snake Run (gravity run), a cutting edge pro jump line, skills area, 3km of cyclocross and beginner mountain bike trails and ample parking. Additional phase 2 trails are currently in the works. Coming soon to the park is a Clubhouse building with bike rentals, event space, office space and a concession. Over in North Langford, the South Point Bike Park is now open. While smaller than the Jordie Lunn Bike Park, South Point is designed for youth and beginner mountain bikers.

Getting Here & Trail Access

Langford is a young growing city on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. It is part of Greater Victoria and the Capital Regional District.

Trans-Canada Highway 1 runs from downtown Victoria to Nanaimo and travels through the urban south Island region and the gorgeous Cowichan Valley. Highway 1 travels through the middle of the City of Langford with the city centre south of the Highway and Millstream Village to the north.

Patricia Bay Highway (BC Highway 17) travels south from Swartz Bay Terminal to downtown Victoria through Sidney and Saanich. “Pat Bay” Highway connects to Highway 1 via Exit 7 which travels straight into the City of Langford.

Veterans' Memorial Parkway (BC Highway 14) is perpendicular to Highway 1 and runs through Langford to Sooke and on through to Port Renfrew on the West Coast.

  • Sooke - 26 km (16 mi), 35 minutes
  • Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal - 37 km (23 mi), 35 minutes
  • Duncan - 49 km (30 mi), 40 minutes
  • Nanaimo - 99 km (62 mi), 1 hour 20 minutes

Victoria International Airport is 32 kilometres (19 miles) north of Langford, but highways make travel to the city quick and easy.

From Victoria International Airport, exit south onto Patricia Bay Highway, travel until Exit 7 Nanaimo/Sooke, and veer right onto McKenzie Avenue. From McKenzie Avenue, turn right onto Trans-Canada Highway 1 until Exit 14 Langford/Sooke/Highlands. Remember to stay on the left fork which will loop around onto Millstream Avenue/Veterans' Memorial Parkway. Travel south until Goldstream Avenue then turn right into downtown Langford.

Trails in Langford can be accessed from the following areas:

Skirt Mountain

Jordie Lunn Bike Park

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