Port Moody has a variety of hiking trails, bike paths, and multi-use trails that encourage you to get outside, stay active, and explore nature. Our Parks and Trails Map can help you locate the access points for all of our trails. 

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There are three primary trails located in Port Moody:

Bicycle paths

Port Moody offers a variety of on-and-off road bicycle routes for you to explore. Whether you're interested in cycling on roads, mountain trails, or leisurely paths, we have something for you. The Shoreline Trail offers a paved, scenic cycling route along the picturesque shores of Burrard Inlet.

The City of Port Moody is proud to co-manage mountain biking trails on Heritage Mountain with the Tri-Cities Off Road Cycling Association (TORCA). Visit torca.ca for more information about forest trails with technical trail features that are suitable for mountain biking and hiking.

In the interest of public safety and to protect City infrastructure and sensitive ecological areas, any unsanctioned mountain bike trails or stunts will be immediately removed by Parks staff and the area restored to a natural condition. Please note that unauthorized trail-building activities are not permitted in Port Moody and are subject to Bylaw enforcement. See Parks and Community Facilities Rules and Regulations Bylaw (BL3321) for more information.


WalkBC has created an interactive map that includes maps and detailed descriptions for trails in communities across the province, including Port Moody. This is a great resource and can help you plan your next hike!