Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour

This July 16th celebrating its’ 10th year. Tourism Harrison is excited to welcome you to another year exploring the countryside and meeting the local farmers.  The Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour is a leisurely self-guided cycle tour around a 30 km flat route visiting farms and meeting farmers.

This is a great family friendly event that brings you through a farming community with deep roots in agriculture. Stop into the Agassiz Harrison Museum, an old CPR train station and learn the history of the community, or into the UBC Dairy Research centre to learn about their renowned research and education programs. A farm cycle tour would not be complete without a ride on a haywagon through the dairy barns, stop to chat with the goats or sit back and enjoy a slice of homemade pie with a cup of freshly roasted coffee from a 1919 fire roaster.

There will be fresh produce, exceptional cheese,  and delicious blueberries to pick.  We have five farm stops offering lunch options from burgers, fresh corn on the cob, Ploughmans lunch to veggie skewers and finish with fresh pie. 

A shopping shuttle service has been provided by Tourism Harrison.  They collect your purchases from the farms and bring them back to the registration area for you to pick up.

Spend the weekend! Book soon as accommodations are filling up! 

Great accommodations are also  to be found in Harrison Hot Springs, from the Harrison Hot Springs Resort, to nearby Provincial and private campgrounds, to cozy bed-and-breakfasts.  Find more info here.

Tour Date: July 16th, 2016 (rain or shine)

Times:  9am - 4pm (start and finish whenever you like during these times -  tour distance approx. 30km)  Note: Farmers do their best to provide enough food samples for everyone. Be aware that some may run out by late afternoon. Please sample responsibly to leave enough for everyone to enjoy. 

Price:  There is a charge for this event to offset the costs. Click here for price and registration details.

Start Location:  Registration has moved to the Agassiz Agricultural Hall, 6800 Pioneer Ave, Agassiz BC under the tents. Next to the Community Recreation and Cultural Centre.  Google map click here .