Routes Canada AlbertaCalgary
Trail Run Along Bow River

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Trail Run Along Bow River

Length6.1 mi
Elev. Gain127.9 ft
Est. Steps14000

River

Scenic views

Wild flowers

City walk

Wild life

Bathroom

Playground

Off trail

Muddy

No shade

Bugs

Created by Ci
Introduction
Trail Run Along Bow River is a 6.2 mile (14,000-step) route located near Calgary, Alberta, Canada. This route has an elevation gain of about 127.9 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
Run was done in little rain which made for less people on the trail. Along the river is a bit cooler so take as precaution when dressing for run. Newly paved smooth paths and divides from cyclists between 19 st. to 10 st. !

Calgary Soldiers' Memorial

Historical
The Calgary Soldiers' Memorial is a war monument in Calgary, Alberta that was dedicated on April 9, 2011, the anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. The monument is dedicated to Calgary area soldiers who have given their lives in war and military service overseas. The monument is located on Memorial Drive.

Peace Bridge (Calgary)

Place
Peace Bridge is a bridge that accommodates people walking and cycling across the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, opened for use on March 24, 2012. It has the popular nickname "Finger Trap Bridge" due to its visual similarity to the finger trap puzzle.

Calgary Catholic School District

Place
Calgary Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 1 or the Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD) is the Roman Catholic separate school board in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It also serves the neighbouring communities of Airdrie, Chestermere, Cochrane and Rocky View County. The CCSD receives funding for students from the provincial government of Alberta.

Eau Claire, Calgary

Place
The neighbourhood of Eau Claire in Calgary, Alberta, Canada is located immediately north of Downtown, and south of the Bow River and north of 4th Avenue. A mix of riverside condominiums, shopping, restaurants, hotels, a large public plaza and urban parkland make Eau Claire one of Calgary's most popular areas.

Calgary-Mountain View

Place
Calgary-Mountain View is a provincial electoral district in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The district was created in 1971 and returns a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

Calgary Folk Music Festival

Place
The Calgary Folk Music Festival (also known as "Calgary Folk Fest") is held in late July each year at Prince's Island Park, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. July 2019 is the Festival's 40th edition. The four-day Calgary Folk Music Festival annually features over 68 icons and upstarts from 16 countries on 11 stages in over 100 distinct concert and collaborative programming performances to a 52,000+ audience the 4th weekend of July at Prince's Island Park.

Centennial Planetarium

Place
The Centennial Planetarium was a planetarium located at 701 11 Street SW in Calgary, Alberta. Designed by Calgary architectural firm McMillan Long and Associates and opened in 1967 for the Canadian Centennial, it is one of Calgary's best examples of Brutalist architecture.

Canterra Tower

Place
Devon Tower (formerly known as Canterra Tower) is a skyscraper in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.Located at 400 3rd Avenue SW, it stands at 177 metres (581 ft) or 45 storeys tall. The building was completed in 1988 and was designed by WZMH Architects in the postmodern style. It was built with glass curtain walls on all sides.

Sunnyside, Calgary

Place
Sunnyside is an innercity community in Calgary, Alberta located on the north side of the Bow River immediately adjacent to Calgary's downtown. The community partners with the neighbouring community of Hillhurst to form the Hillhurst-Sunnyside Community Association. The combined communities have an area redevelopment plan in place, revised in 2009.

Millennium Park (Calgary)

Place
Millennium Park is a skatepark in Calgary, Alberta. It was built on the western end of downtown Calgary, on the site of the former Mewata Stadium adjacent to Mewata Armouries. Sponsored by Shaw Communications, the park is maintained by the city of Calgary Recreation Department.It consists of a street course with ledges, flatbars, stairs and transitions, an intermediate course with rails down stairs and banks, and an advanced course with cloverleaf bowl, street course and a large fullpipe.
Route Details

Length

6.1 mi

Elev. Gain

127.9 ft

Est. Steps

14000
Created by
Ci
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