Queensborough Perimeter Trail
The City of New Westminster is developing a Queensborough perimeter trail to promote active living, active transportation and connecting this wonderful neighbourhood with the Fraser River. To this end, In 2011, the City added 7.1 km of new trails in Queensborough that feature river vistas, lookout points, wheelchair accessibility, trees, flowers, benches and a dock.
Annacis Channel Trail
Located next to the South Dyke Road, this trail offers 2 kilometres of spectacular vistas of the Fraser River and Annacis Island.
The name Annacis is a derivation of Francoise Annance, a native of Quebec with the Hudsons Bay Company who explored the area in the 1820s. Annacis was originally named Annance's Island after this early explorer.
Separating New Westminster and Richmond, this 1 km trail features a narrow canal that supports water fowl including the occasional swan.
Connecting Boundary Trail and Westminster Highway, this 1.4 km inland trail is an interim segment until the perimeter trail is completed along the waterfront.
North Arm Trail
This 1.1 km trail is working towards connecting the northern end of Boundary Road with the Queensborough Bridge and features a river lookout point.
Port Royal Loop
Connecting the eastern tip of Queensborough with the expanding Port Royal development. This 1.8 km trail is filled with Fraser River views, a dock and marine life. It is excellent for walking, jogging and strolling with convenient access to the new Port Royal Park and the Port Royal Community Garden.