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Traboulay PoCo Trail
Poco Trail People Walking 

A 25 km trail that encircles the City, the Traboulay PoCo Trail, is a popular recreation spot for walkers, runners, cyclists and skaters

Trail Guide
Download the Traboulay PoCo Trail Guide and map (PDF)

The foundation for Port Coquitlam’s trail network is the Traboulay PoCo Trail, a 25.3 kilometre route that encircles the community.

This flat walking and cycling trail is suitable for exploring at any time of the year. The trail traverses a varied landscape that includes forest and creek, meadow and marsh, riverfront and urban development.

The paved downtown section winds through areas where local residents live, play and Poco Trail guidework. It’s well used by recreational users as well as bicycle commuters. From there, cycle through the serene and historic Colony Farm section, which features more than 150 bird species and is one of the most biodiverse parts of the region.

Along the south Pitt River, the trail winds past the Citadel Landing boardwalk, Peace Park and river-based industry, while offering views of the river and Douglas Island. Next is the Deboville Slough and north Pitt River section, which features splendid views of farmland and the mountains. From there, continue on to enjoy the cool shade from the tall trees along the Coquitlam River and Hyde Creek sections – particularly refreshing on a hot day.

Pick up a free copy of the Traboulay PoCo Trail Guide and map at City facilities or download it in PDF format. The comprehensive trail map includes distance markers, viewpoints, locations of parking and other amenities, as well as descriptions of the flora and fauna found along different sections of the trail.

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Distance Markers

Trail History

The PoCo Trail was born in 1967 as an idea for a Centennial project for the City of Port Coquitlam, to celebrate Canada’s 100th birthday. It began to physically take shape in the early 1970's, through the hard work of a dedicated group named the  'PoCo Trail Blazers’. Over the years, the PoCo Trail became part of the fabric of life in Port Coquitlam.

In 1997, City Council adopted a plan to upgrade the PoCo Trail and make it truly a source of community pride. The major objectives, in order of priority, were to:

Much has been accomplished in  recent years. In 2001, the Trail was renamed the 'Traboulay PoCo Trail', in honour of the late Mayor Len Traboulay.


Recreation Department
Tel 604.927.7900
Fax 604.927.7910
Email recreation@portcoquitlam.ca

Business Hours

8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays)

Last Updated:8/2/2016 12:33:58 PM