View or print Port Moody's parks and trail guide
Trans Canada Trail
The Trans Canada Trail is a 21,500-kilometre recreational trail that runs through every province and territory. When finished, it will be the world's longest recreational trail linking close to 1,000 communities and over 33 million Canadians. Walk or ride the trail through Port Moody.
Alfred Howe Greenway
The Alfred Howe Greenway is a scenic multi-use trail connecting the Glenayre and College Park neighborhoods to the waterfront. The greenway is 2.2km round trip, with an elevation gain of 100 metres.
The City has two universally accessible trail systems: the Shoreline Bike Trail (3 km paved bike path) and the TransCanada Trail, which is a mix of on-road sidewalks and off-road trails through Port Moody.
Our trail system in Bert Flinn Park is also relatively flat, but some strollers and wheelchairs may have limitations.
The City of Port Moody has a number of on-and-off-road bicycle routes. Port Moody's Master Transportation Plan also includes recommendations for bicycle lanes, routes and paths in the city.
Mountain Biking Task Force report
The Mountain Biking Task Force have developed a report for managing mountain biking on City-owned parkland.
There is a great interactive map at the Walk BC website
Last updated: 13/05/2015 12:34:54 PM