From city to scenery, this two-day cider trail is for those who want a little bit of hustle bustle and a lot of relaxation. Includes ferry travel.

While this cider route includes just two craft cideries, it packs a punch with lots of activities and insanely beautiful views along the way as it leads you through the city and into true coastal wilderness. Spend some time exploring the beauty of Vancouver before heading north on the Sea to Sky highway toward Horseshoe Bay. Hop on a ferry that meanders across the Howe Sound past Bowen Island and deposits you on the Sunshine Coast, and continue your scenic drive into Sechelt.

We recommend that you spend at least two days on this route – and make sure to bring your growlers. You’ll want to fill them up at both cideries so that you’re fully stocked for your coastal adventure.

2 day route, 130 kilometers, 2 hrs, 50 minutes total driving time

Day 1

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cidery

The Fraser Valley Cider Company

22128 16 Ave, Langley, BC, Canada

Traditional, small batch ciders crafted on a 12-acre family farm in Langley, BC.

Day 2

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cidery

Brickers Cider

6642 Norwest Bay Rd, Sechelt, BC, Canada

Brickers Cider is a 100% family owned and operated farm in Sechelt, Sunshine Coast. Crafting crisp, dry ciders using Sunshine Coast and BC apples, they love trying something different.