Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Fish Creek Provincial Park is located in the southwest of Calgary. It is one of North America’s largest urban parks, boasting a hefty network of paved, granular and singletrack trails open to biking. The network of paved and granular paths connects the five main parking areas. A number of singletrack trails exist in this area and interlink the paved and granular paths. These trails are typically well marked; however, linking them to create a fun loop is another story. If you’re looking to ride singletrack, then look to someone that knows the park well to help you get around.
The park is well suited to family outings and beginner riders. The paved and granular paths are easy to navigate with little elevation gain. Washroom facilities, fire pits, and picnic tables can be found at day use areas located in the park for your convenience and enjoyment.
Please remember to yield to hikers and dog walkers and note that all cycling is confined to designated trails; cycling is not permitted on pathways around Sikome Lake, nor is it permitted in front of Bow Valley Ranch Visitor Centre.