Explore the most popular Walking trails near Calgary with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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8 days ago

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13 days ago

02/04 - winds are howling pretty hard and the drifts are starting to form

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15 days ago

02/02 - snow is back.

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snow
15 days ago

WoW !! Nous avons adoré notre promenade ! Les mésanges sont même venues se poser sur notre main ! Pur bonheur ! Grâce à ce site, nous pouvions savoir sur la carte où nous étions exactement sur la piste. À refaire le plus souvent possible !!

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15 days ago

Great trail for dog walking.

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16 days ago

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16 days ago

01/31 a windless warm evening, the melt continues.

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17 days ago

Great for the middle of the suburbs

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19 days ago

01/29 Chinook seems to be sticking around, only trail running shoes required.

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20 days ago

01/28 - another day with above 0 temps and the mud is starting to dry up. Good to be out.

Beautiful scenery of the Bow River and the birds flitting about. A real challenge to capture on film. Brisk walk and invigorating.

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21 days ago

No boots required, only shoes. More melting today resulting in clearer paths and less mud. Enjoy !

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22 days ago

01/26 - coolish wind so the melting has halted for now. The trail is a little more treacherous with hidden black ice so be careful.

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22 days ago

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24 days ago

Trail is now icy and very muddy. Watch your step and be prepared to scrape off some mud.

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24 days ago

01/23 - the warm weather continues and the snow continues to rapidly melt. Plenty of ice still on the trails so be careful

The winds are warm and the path is clear, minimal layers and no boots required.

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26 days ago

A very enjoyable spot in the city.

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27 days ago

Mild weather continues and the snow is beginning to melt. Watch your footing on the trail.

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28 days ago

Getting greasy out there, but man, do those warm winds feel great.

Wonderful inner city woodlands with great pathways. Easily spend 1+ hours here just on the paths. Winter walking is easy as the paths are packed down, a stroller made for terrain would be needed if bringing one though. During the summer I can see children using the area for safe exploration. There are maps all around for ease of use for all trails, maps help immensely to find your way back to the two parking lots available.

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29 days ago

01/19 Warm winds have blown in and light layers are the call of today. Finally. Lots of dog walkers out today, and why not, it’s a good day to be out.

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30 days ago

Not as cold as the past few days. Trails are packed down and quiet. That’ll probably change tomorrow when the Chinook winds roll in.

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snow
1 month ago

Weg im Winter gut machbar, bis auf wenige Stellen wo zugefrorene Flüsse über dem Weg liegen. Kurze Anstiege und einige aussichtspunkte. Laut Tafel im Winter geschlossem, Tore standen offen und andere Wanderer anzutreffen

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1 month ago

01/11 - Chinook is over and the wind chill is high. Doggo was not impressed. Bundle up

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1 month ago

01/10 - Chinook clouds on the horizon = less layers. Path is packed with less ice.

For an inner city community park, this path really is great. Clean, paved, and many ways to go. The city has really been trying to keep this part beautiful and throughout the year there will be arrangements depicting colours of the seasons. During spring/summer they have a community garden and we often go here for a quick park visit during the day or evening. I have never witnessed any funny activity.

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