The seawall is a great place to go for a bike ride, get some fresh air while you take in the scenery. If you do not own a bike or are looking for a new one, there is a large assortment to choose from at JV Bike. If you are are looking to rent you can check out Reckless at the foot of Davie, right next to the bike path and Mobi, the new bike share program is found on almost every corner.
False Creek is a great place to go for a walk and explore the many trails that lead up and down from the seawall. If you are feeling more adventurous you can go up to Stanley Park or go off the beaten path and head up to Grouse, and do the Grouse Grind or some of B.C. other “X-treme Trails”. Before you do, you can gear up at one of the many outdoor enthusiast retailers, like Patagonia, Mountain Equipment Co-op or Sport Junkies.
There is nothing more tranquil and relaxing than a day out on the water, sipping wine and taking in a view of False Creek, from the other side. If you are looking to rent for the day check out BC Boat Rentals
False Creek and the surrounding bay is the perfect spot to catch some air and try your hand at a local favourite water sport. If you need to rent check out Vancouver Sailing Club.
Kayakers are a breed of their own. A much beloved water sport for False Creekers who take advantage of the shelter bay area. If you are looking to rent check out Granville Island Kayaks.
If you are looking for a more free spirited form of commute. The best way to tour the city is on a moped or scooter. If you are looking to rent you can check out E-Scooters and Motorino.
False Creek is a much heralded tourist attraction. People come from all over the world to spend a day at Granville Island, eat souvlaki on the pier, grabe some fresh produce and then take a ferry across the water back to the their hotel. There are also pre-packaged tours. For more information check out Granville Island Walking and Foodie Tours.