Calgary Pathways

If in searching for a Calgary home for sale, outdoor activities are an important factor, the City of Calgary has over 700 Km of pathways available for you to enjoy, Calgary's communities, parks and natural areas are connected by an extensive nework of pedestrian and cycling paths that are available for all Calgarians to use whether for walking, running, rollerblading or cycling. In fact, Calgary has the most extensive urban pathway and bikeway network in North America. Calgary pathways connect along the Bow & Elbow Rivers, Fish Creek Provincial Park, Nose Creek, West Nose Creek, the Western Irrigation District Canal and the perimeter of Glenmore Reservoir

Rules and regulations when using Calgary's pedestrian and bike paths:

  • Respect the 20 km/hour speed limit
  • Signal audibly when passing
  • Keep to the right and yield to the right-of-way
  • Avoid the use of ski poles while in-line skating or skiing
  • Be considerate to other pathway users
  • Be a responsible pet owner; maintain control and clean up after your pet
Calgary Pathways and Bikeways Map (PDF)

 

 

 

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Listing information last updated on June 22nd, 2017 at 9:15pm MDT.