Bow River Pathway
• . | Calgary, AB
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"One of the City's Best Features"
June 2008 — "It's quite impressive how far Calgary's Bow River Pathway leads. Winding off in different directions along and across the river, following the path will lead you through forested park areas, along pretty suburban streets and through urban areas--a bit of everything! The pathway is in good condition, although in some places it gets a little confusing (there are plenty of signs to keep you on track, but if you don't pay attention in the residential areas it's easy to miss a turn). You could ride all day following this extensive network of trails... it's a great way to see Calgary on a sunny day, and is one of the city's best features. "
The Bow River Pathway is part of the extensive system of biking and walking trails that crisscross Calgary and is popular with joggers, cyclists, walkers and roller-bladers. The pathway begins in the Northwest beyond Bowness Park and runs along downtown to Prince's Island Park before continuing southeast to Fort Calgary.