Wooden boardwalk

Photo by Renee Phillips

The Shoreline Trail has two paths that wind along the coast of the Burrard Inlet. One is a paved multi-use cycle and walking path, and the other is a gravel and boardwalk walking trail. This scenic trail starts at the pier in Rocky Point Park and ends at Old Orchard Park. It takes approximately two hours to walk the 6km round-trip trail. This is a great trail for the whole family with minimal elevation on either path.

Notice of trail closures and detour

Paved multi-use path:

From May until December 2023 the paved path between Murray Street and Old Orchard Park will be under construction while upgrades are made to the trail and the bridge over Noon’s Creek. A detour will be in place when the trail is closed during construction hours. See portmoody.ca/shorelinetrail for a detour map and more information. 

Boardwalk section:

A section of the lower gravel path and boardwalk at Pigeon Cove (from the stair access at Murray Street to the juncture with the paved trail north of the boardwalk bridge crossing Noons Creek) is closed due to damage from storm-related high tides in December 2022. Staff are exploring an interim bridge repair option, with the goal of temporarily reopening this section of trail for summer-time use. Trail users can detour to the Shoreline Trail’s paved multi-use path and reconnect with the lower gravel trail at the junction behind the Port Moody Recreation Complex. 

To learn more about the City's plans to replace the aging boardwalks and bridges visit portmoody.ca/shorelineboardwalk.