The Heritage Trail Network connects nine major parks and green spaces throughout the city.

Enjoy walking, cycling, mountain biking, jogging and sightseeing.

Heritage Trail map

Share the trails

Remember to share the pathway with all trail users.

  • Be alert
  • Be visible
  • Avoid using cell phones and earbuds on the pathway
  • Control your dog
  • Look both ways before entering a pathway
  • Keep to the right and allow trail users to pass
  • Respect nature and wildlife
  • Signal when passing other trail users
  • The recommended speed limit is 20 km/h

Explore our trails

We have drawn and uploaded our trails into Trailforks. This popular app is used by mountain bike clubs and municipalities throughout North America. Download and use the app to track your experience and report trail issues.


Parks and Trails Ambassador program

Have a heart for animals and an interest in the safety for all parks and trail users? Volunteer to be a parks & trails ambassador.

Birding trails

Walk through any of our parks and paddle or float down the South Saskatchewan River to see species of birds, osprey, gulls and waterfowl.


A red Jeep on a trail

Vehicle access permit

Request a permit before you access city parks.

Apply for your permit

Snow removal

All trails are open for use during the winter. Please be advised that any trails not cleared of snow should be used at your own risk. Trails may become snow packed and icy.

Annual snow removal map