This interactive map shows information about our trails, including the length and level of difficulty. It also shows photos and trail status if there is construction.
Most trails are open for use at any time. The Red Ribbon Trail, which is located in Cardiff Park is subject to Cardiff Park hours (daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.). Trails are open for use year-round. At times, areas may need repairs and will be barricaded as required. Trails will have routine maintenance done according to our maintenance policy.
Level of Difficulty
- Easiest – Minimal elevation change over areas of paved or hard footing. Wheelchair accessible.
- Easy – Slight elevation change over areas of paved or hard footing surface.
- Moderate – Defined elevation change over areas of paved or hard footing surface, possibly stairs.
Lamoureux Trail, Fort Augustus Trail, Red Ribbon Trail and Bellerose Trail all have identified parking areas that can be found on the printable PDF maps linked in the interactive trail map (Click the trail map to view the downloadable PDF). The remainder of the trails rely on street parking for access.
- Stay right and yield to slower-moving traffic.
- Share the trail with other users like cyclists, skaters, and walkers.
- Leash and clean up after your pets.
- No motorized or off-highway vehicles are allowed.
- Horses are not permitted on the trails.
Cardiff Park Skating Trail
Sharpen your skates and get your family & friends ready to join us for this free ice-skating adventure!
The Skating Trail and parking can be accessed from Cardiff Park Road, with washrooms available on site. The trail winds through the trees in a full loop, making it accessible for new and experienced skaters. There is a smaller skating oval, perfect for those who are learning how to skate.
Open daily 10:00 a.m – 10:00 p.m.
Please note that Cardiff Park is gated and closed daily at 11:00 p.m., trail status is weather dependent.
The trail lights are on daily from 4:00 p.m to 10:00 p.m.
The trail is free for everyone to enjoy, we hope to see you out enjoying the trail this season.