Coquitlam’s trail system, one of our most requested recreation facilities, totals over 134 kilometres. It also includes a portion of the Trans Canada Trail, which spans from coast to coast.
Our trails can be enjoyed by everyone, whether it’s for fitness, pleasure or viewing wildlife and nature opportunities. The trail surfaces are suitable to all types of activities and some are wheelchair accessible.
Did you know there are over 134 kilometres of trails in Coquitlam? Take a look at our Trail Finder to go for a walk, hike or bike. The trail surfaces are suitable to all types of activities and some are wheelchair accessible.
Always show consideration and respect for other trail users.
Do not capture or disturb wildlife as they are protected by federal and provincial law.
Make yourself familiar with off-leash regulations and clean up after your dog.
Respect nature and stay on the trails.
When bicycling always remember to be courteous to pedestrians.
Master Trail Plan
The Master Trail Plan (PDF) is a comprehensive guide for planning the City of Coquitlam’s trail network. It shows proposed new major trail connections in addition to the 95 kilometers of existing maintained trails and pathways within the City. The network of off-road and on-road trails are intended to be complementary for pedestrians and cyclists. The Trail Development Guidelines and Standards (PDF) is a supplement document to the Master Trail Plan.
This plan will be reviewed regularly to ensure it remains up to date and integrated with other city planning and financial documents.