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This is a great trail, mostly level, with parts of it through the forest, past the Coquitlam River, The Pitt River and the Colony Farm area. A great variety of beautiful scenery. To do the whole loop is about 25km and takes 2 hours. My...More
This is a great trail. Has such a variety of surfaces and views that it works for almost everyone. It is a 23km loop which can easily be biked, as it's mostly flat. Great for family, friends or do walks.
Cycle trip via Sky train from Vancouver to Lafarge Douglas Station. We were diasappointed to learn from someone on the trail that the First Nations blockade of the trail requires a difficult detour. We are senior citizens and found the hilly “unmarked” street detour rather...More
Enjoyed this walk. Started at Lion's Park (free parking) and continued to the Red Bridge. Roughly 5 km return. Anticipated a longer walk but the trail is closed due to construction on the First Nations Land.
Great playground at Lions Park. A nicely paved trail....More
Been a while since I reviewed the Traboulay Poco Trail.
It's STILL a quiet lovely walk away from the highrises and construction noise.
We enjoyed the river views and woodlands, and especially the shady trails as the region was experiencing a rare heat wave! (30...More
Great place for a walk, run, bike, ride or stroll. With the changing seasons you always get a changing view. You can walk as little or as much as you want and it's never too busy. Great for the whole family and their is always...More
A great trail to bike or walk with treed and open areas on the dike by the river. From the Pitt River Bridge you can follow this trail to the Coquitlam River with some lovely woods and streams along the way.
A great place for a walk a bike ride. Really peaceful with beautiful views of the river. Generally not many people on it so it isn’t busy and not many people to circumnavigate around as is the case downtown on the Seawall. It is all...More
This trail circumnavigates the city of Port Coquitlam and follows next to the Fraser, Pitt, and Coquitlam River and Hyde Creek over about 80% of its range. Most of the route is away from cars and picturesque. I typically ride my bike, but walkers, joggers,...More