Getting Off the Path
Close to Major City Centres
Travelling by car is the most convenient mode of travel and allows you to get off the beaten path and explore the hidden gems. There are two major routes that travel through Maple Ridge, Highway 7 (also known as Lougheed Highway) and Dewdney Trunk Road.
Dewdney Trunk Road is a scenic route that connects with Highway 7 in the west at the border of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows and also connects with Highway 7 in the east in the Hatzic Community just east of Mission.
Highway 7 travels from east to west and goes straight through the Maple Ridge downtown area. If you are travelling from the west, you would travel through Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Pitt Meadows before reaching Maple Ridge. If you are travelling from the east, you will travel through Mission before reaching Maple Ridge.
Accessing Trans-Canada Highway 1
Heading east: exit onto Highway 11 in Mission and travel through Abbotsford
Heading west: exit onto Golden Ears Way and travel over the Golden Ears Bridge
Accessing Highway 99
Head west and exit onto Golden Ears Way and travel over the Golden Ears Bridge
Next head south on Highway 15 (also referred to as 176 Street or Pacific Highway)
At Highway 10 (also referred to as 56 Avenue), travel west until you reach King George Blvd
At King George Blvd continue south