Trails: Cycling, Equestrian & Pedestrian
The Township of Langley is a reputable hub for active transportation enthusiasts from throughout the Lower Mainland. Have a look at the maps below to find a path that meets your needs.
The Recreational Bicycle Network (RBN) is part of the Community Connections Municipal Trails Network. The RBN consists of Community Routes and Commuter Routes.
Community routes (mostly on road shoulders) are identified in Aldergrove, Brookswood/Fernridge, Fort Langley, Murrayville, Walnut Grove, and Willoughby. Each community route is a 3- to 5-kilometre loop that cyclists can ride in 20 to 40 minutes.
The Township of Langley offers numerous cycling, equestrian, and pedestrian trails throughout our various neighbourhoods:
- Aldergrove Trails - cycling, pedestrian
- Brookswood Trails - cycling, pedestrian
- Carvolth Trail - cycling, pedestrian
- Fernridge Trail - cycling, equestrian, pedestrian
- Fort-to-Fort Trail map - cycling, pedestrian
- Fort-to-Fort Trail Brochure - cycling, pedestrian
- Murrayville Trails - cycling, pedestrian
- South Langley Regional Trail - cycling, equestrian, pedestrian
- Trans Canada Trail - cycling, pedestrian
- Walnut Grove Trails - cycling, pedestrian
- Willoughby Trails - cycling, pedestrian
- Yorkson Trails - cycling, pedestrian
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Recreation, Culture, and Parks Division