Traboulay Poco Trail
Traboulay Poco Trail
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ccriderYVR
Vancouver, Canada3,591 contributions
Aug 2023
It's a very disjointed trail and the bottom half is not very nice as it runs next to the highway / roads along Hwy 7 & Mary Hill Bypass. There are some nice areas near the Coquitlam river / Colony Farms but it is all open and exposed.

The nicer part of the trail is along the Pitt River after you complete the crossing of Hwy 7 underpass, especially along the Deboville Slough and around up to Minnekhada Park.

We did also run into some Black bears on the trail so we had to detour.
Written August 24, 2023
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dan j
Port Coquitlam, Canada724 contributions
Oct 2022
We ride the trail all the time, there are several easy access parking lots along the trail that let you ride the whole thing or what ever section you prefer.
Written June 30, 2023
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CruisinJ
Vancouver, Canada111 contributions
Oct 2022
Favorite place to bike along the water, past farms, boathouse, forest and wildlife. Mostly fine gravel. Bears are always a possibility.
Written February 12, 2023
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tony l
Vancouver, Canada3,661 contributions
Jul 2022
The trail around 25 Km , fantastic place for family hiking , walking with the dogs , and cycling , you need less five hours to enjoyed the beautiful landscape , includes : Pitt River , Fraser River , Colony Farm , Hyde Greek and many many more interesting stop , the trail well maintenance , very safe and grave also some area is paved , best start early , lot of starting point , I find the best location is Lion's Park in port Coquitlam . Surprised the trail not crowed at all , very relax !
Written July 30, 2022
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steve e
4 contributions
Oct 2021
was recommended this trail. was vert serene, worth it. i'd go back again for sure when i am back in town.
Written October 4, 2021
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Pamela R
Port Moody, Canada26 contributions
Jul 2021
Always an enjoyable walk. A flat surface for easy walking, A handy parking spot and easy trail to Colony Farm.
Written September 30, 2021
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tony l
Vancouver, Canada3,661 contributions
Nov 2020
It is one of the popular biking trail in mainland ,very safe ,scenic ,smooth ,it is a excellent fun day for the family ,and the trail have so many starting points ,and sky train accessible !
Written November 1, 2020
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Devolicious
Vancouver120 contributions
Oct 2020 • Family
This trail takes you around the perimeter of the city where you’ll encounter paved, gravel and dirt trails. You’ll also follow the river through a densely populated forest. Most visits you’ll see wildlife too. Bear, deer, many varieties of birds etc. Absolutely love this!
Written October 4, 2020
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Yifeng H
1 contribution
Jul 2020
With my wife, and two boys of 8 and 5., we start at 1:30pm from Colony farm and heading south at Citadel river side... Spent total of 7 hours to finish the Traboulay-Poco trail. If you like you can stretch it even longer and fully enjoy all kinds of different experiences along the trail.

There are so many places worth to stop and to enjoy the water and snack break. We had the first long break at the MacDonald nearby Costco, fully recharged, then back to the trail. Finally, wrapped our day trip at Poco Downtown's well known ice cream shop :). Motivated by Junk food and cones of icy sweets, plus the road trip fun, the boys never got bored.

It is definitely one of the few highlights of my 2020!
Written July 19, 2020
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Chris D
New Westminster, Canada3,142 contributions
May 2020
I've walked various parts of this trail three times. Always something different. The trip around the city includes various vistas, but is always flat, and I have yet to find a narrow area where passing others was difficult. You can plan your trip in segments, or simply do different sections on different weekends. Walk or bike - this is a workout!
Written May 24, 2020
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