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Pathways and trails

The City of Airdrie offers approximately 140 kilometres of asphalt pathway and 37 kilometres of concrete sidewalks for beautiful bike rides or walks around the city. 

There are some stretches of pathways that you can find historical markers with information on Airdrie's past. 

Pedestrian map of Airdrie (pdf)

Trans Canada Trail

Airdrie is now part of “The Great Trail” (Trans Canada Trail), created by Trans Canada Trail and partners in 1992. The trail is  now 24,000 kilometres of multi-use recreational trail and is the world’s longest recreational trail. When completed, the trail will stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific and to the Arctic Oceans, linking over 1,000 communities and 34 million Canadians. Millions of Canadians and international visitors are now using the Trail. Airdrie's portion of the trail connects to Irricana’s road network and Rocky View County’s proposed route.  

VIEW Airdrie's part of the trail

Pedestrian Closures

There will be closures affecting pedestrian access as follows:

IMPACT: Sidewalk, cross walk and pathway
LOCATION: Reynolds GA & 40 AV (to CPR Overpass)
DATES / TIMES: June 7 – July 15
PURPOSE: To accommodate roadwork widening between Reynolds Gate and the CPR overpass.

IMPACT: Pathway access to off leash dog park
LOCATION: NORTH ENTRANCE TO BIG SPRINGS DOG PARK / Big Springs Drive (July 5 - Sept. 4 approx.)
DATES / TIMES: June 26, 2023 (for approximately 8 weeks)
PURPOSE: Sections of the north entrance to the park will be closed this summer (2023). Please use alternate route during this time.