Cycling and walking route maps

New Pathways and Bikeways Map available now

Walking, biking, and wheeling are great ways to stay active this winter. Plan your route with our Pathways and Bikeways Map. Get your copy before we run out!

Where to Find Our Walk and Roll Map:


The Bike Shop North: 8650 112 Ave NW (unit #4112)


Bike and Brew: 921 1 Ave NE


Cactus Bike and Ski: 9827 Horton Rd SW


Calgary Cycle Pure (south location): 380 Canyon Meadows Dr SE (unit #1101)

Greater Downtown

- Calgary City Hall (3rd floor Planning Counter and Vendor Counter): 800 Macleod Trail SE

- The Bike Shop Central: 801 11 Ave SW

Click here for the full list of locations that carry the Walk and Roll Map. Please contact the location to ensure the maps are in stock.

*Don’t see your organization’s name above? Contact us by 311 to be listed.

Order 150 or more maps

Are you a retail shop, recreation centre, school, community group, event, or tourism office?

Order 150 or more of our Pathways and Bikeways route map and have them delivered to you to share with your customers and members.

Orders are filled weekly, and will be couriered to the address provided. Please contact us via 311 and provide the following information:

  • Map quantity requested
  • Your name
  • Organization name
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Delivery address
  • Would you like your organization to be listed above on our website?

More information about the map

The City of Calgary has updated its Pathway and Bikeway Map. The new map has been redesigned to support walking and wheeling as a preferred mobility choice for more people. 

The map can help Calgarians who want to connect to local destinations like schools, shops, recreation centers, workplaces and point of interest. The new map design outlines bikeways and pathways throughout Calgary by identifying each route by level of comfort. The highest comfort routes are those that are completely separated from vehicle traffic, including pathways and cycle tracks. Other routes considered moderately comfortable to ride on include quiet residential streets or roads with dedicated cycling lanes. Busier streets shared by people driving and biking are generally less comfortable for all ages. The map is designed to help all walkers and wheelers more comfortably and confidently plan a route to their destination. 

A digital version of the updated Bikeway and Pathway Map is currently being developed and we will provide an update to Calgarians once it is completed. 

PDF Versions of the new 2021 Bikeway and Pathway Map are available for download now.

Those who face barriers may contact 311.

Cycling Safety

Cycling and walking routes can be found using the interactive pathways and bikeways map below. Download the print map.