trans canada trail

The Trans Canada Trail is 24,000 kilometres in length and is the longest recreational trail in the world. The trail is made up of hundreds of local trails that join together to form one route that spans the entire country. A section of the trail passes through Port Moody.

Explore the trail

Access to the Trans Canada Trail in Port Moody begins at Rocky Point Park. Follow the trail from the park, across the Moody Street overpass, along Clarke Street, to Douglas Street at Vintner Street. The trail then runs between Barnet Highway and the CP Rail tracks until it nears Reed Point Marina. At this point, you will cross the highway and go up the northeast side of Burnaby Mountain to Simon Fraser University.

At the eastern edge of the Shoreline Park system, the Trans Canada Trail makes its way through the Town Centre sports fields (300 Ioco Road), behind the tennis courts and City Hall, across Knowle Street and through Pioneer Memorial Park. It then passes through Newport Village and connects with Ungless Way near Eagle Ridge Hospital and finally to Guildford Way and into Coquitlam.