Complete Trails Guide
Explore our communities in ways you never thought were possible. We’ve created a guide that highlights the countless trails that await you. The maps will help you explore our extensive dyke system too.
Depending on your outdoor and recreational interests, download sections of the guide here:
Clubs, Facilities, Community Resources
Recreation & Sport Facilities
Running & Walking Clubs
RV & Camping Sites
Outdoor Pools / Spray Parks & Clubs / Water Safety & Marine Ethics
Youth Programs & Action Parks
Sourcing Your Community
Shared-Use Trail Maps:
Pitt Lake at Grant Narrows Regional Park
Trans Canada Trail
The longest trail in the world, stretching 16,400 km. The trail includes every province and territory, most major cities and some smaller towns and communities. We are proud to have 21.5 km running through Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows and encourage you to explore our section of this amazing trail. The Trans Canada Trail begins in Pitt Meadows at the corner of Lougheed Highway and the old Dewdney Trunk Road. The paths include some country scenery as well as city surroundings. Experience the best of both worlds! www.tctrail.ca
UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest
More than 5,000 hectares of working forest and 35 km of trails to hike. Trails are colour-coded and range from 1.4 km (45 min.) to 6.5 km (3 hours) in length. Each trail loops back to the forest gates.
Malcolm Knapp Research Forest
Golden Ears Provincial Park
Hiking, walking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Spirea Trail is a pleasant wheelchair-accessible walk offering wide pathways, long boardwalks, and low grade slopes. Alouette Mountain 11 km trail which takes 9-10 hours return, and the 12 km trail to Golden Ears is a 7 hour one-way overnight trip. Intermediate skills and proper hiking equipment required.
Spirea Nature Trail
Mike Lake & Area Trails
12 km of beautiful walking trails along Kanaka Creek stretching from 232 Street at River Road past 272 Street. You will visit a fish hatchery and waterfalls along the way.
Rainbow Bridge & Fish Fence
Cliff Falls & Bell Irving Hatchery
CPR Public Walkway & Cycle Path
A walkway and cycle route runs between the CPR inter-modal facility and the Lougheed Highway in Pitt Meadows. The pathway is 2.5 km from McMyn Road to the Kennedy Road and Lougheed Highway intersection. A pond installed at the eastern end of the area, is rapidly becoming established as an attractive patch of wetland habitat.
PLEASE NOTE: As information is received, pages are up-dated from the original printed guide.