Know before you go.
Take advantage of these free maps to help navigate Coquitlam’s trails and bike routes. You’ll also find helpful tourism tips in the digital version of Coquitlam’s Travel & Experience Guide, which is a valuable resource for planning your visit.
Coquitlam’s trail system totals more than 115 km. It also includes a portion of the Trans Canada Trail, which spans from coast to coast. Here are some popular trail destinations on our Trail Maps and Guide:
- Como Lake Park
- Coquitlam Crunch
- Mundy Park
- Town Centre Park and Hoy Creek Trails
This map is your go-to resource for local bike routes and connections, including bike lockers at SkyTrain stations and bike maintenance stations. Popular trails and rides include:
- Colony Farm Regional Park
- DeBoville Slough
- Lafarge Lake
- Minnekhada Regional Park
- Pinecone Burke Mountain Provincial Park
Looking for more information about Mountain Biking in the Tri-Cities? Be sure to download your free copy of TORCA – A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO MOUNTAIN BIKING IN THE TRI CITIES. This guide is packed with information on getting started in mountain biking, where to bike, safety and all sorts of other great information.
- Pinecone Burke Provincial Park
- Eagle Mountain
- Riverview Forest
- And More
Interested in pristine hiking trails, world-class running trails and free outdoor festivals? You can read Coquitlam’s Travel & Experience Guide online or pick up your free copy at any City of Coquitlam facility, as well as various visitor centres throughout the province. For a list of locations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for the latest news from locals on where to go and what to do? Visit our blog for insider tips and more.
Visitor Information & More
Whether you have visiting friends and family coming to town or are planning a BC Vacation, the staff at Mackin House in Maillardville can help out. As Coquitlam’s Official Visitor Centre operated by the Coquitlam Heritage Society you will find helpful information, tips on things to do and visitor guides for much of British Columbia. As an added bonus, stop in for a tour of Mackin House and keep an eye out for their scheduled historic walking tours.