Brampton Trail Maps & Bike Routes Your personal copy of Brampton’s Ride a Bike Discover Your City Cycling Map 2018 can be obtained by visiting Brampton City Hall, any recreation centre throughout Brampton, any Brampton Public Library branch, or contact Tourism Brampton at 905.874.3601. This map was updated in 2018 and is a hot commodity at […]
Your personal copy of Brampton’s Ride a Bike Discover Your City Cycling Map 2018 can be obtained by visiting Brampton City Hall, any recreation centre throughout Brampton, any Brampton Public Library branch, or contact Tourism Brampton at 905.874.3601. This map was updated in 2018 and is a hot commodity at every cycling event! The city plans to continue to update it and make it even better and more accurate. Water-resistant paper makes it a great item to tuck into your cycling bag to plan your route! (There will be a limited number of maps available at our BikeWrx pop-up events.)
Use the link above to view the 2018 map online. Nearly 20km of bike lanes & paths were added in 2020 and another 30km are planned for 2021. This great progress won’t show yet on the map! The reverse side has further infomation:
As part of the Active Transportation Master Plan, City of Brampton has designated a 40km ‘B’ Loop, which is included in the 2018 map above. It features Etobicoke Creek Trail on the west edge; Mayfield Multiuse Path on the north edge; Heart Lake Conservation Area, Esker Lake Trail, Franceschini bridge and Chinguacousy Trail on the east edge; and Kennedy Valley Trail extension, Westcreek Blvd., Dixie Rd Multi Use Path on the south edge. Approximately 30km of this loop (excluding the north end through Heart Lake Conservation Area), are included in the Bike the Creek‘s B-Loop Ride. You can access the google map link and continue to ride it as long as the pavement markings last!
This older map from the City of Brampton indicates trails, parks and recreation areas with a listing for all facilities.
This older clear map from the City of Brampton can be zoomed and appears to be very “user-friendly”. It includes roads, trails, bike shelters, parks and major city buildings.
Region of Peel Walk and Roll manages the Peel Trails Map. It can help you find trails and bike routes, has interactive features and allows searching by address, postal code or landmark. It was designed for planning routes to school and gives a walking and cycling radius around schools. There have been many new bike lanes since this map was produced.
Members have uploaded millions of rides from their GPS units making this app appear to be a valuable tool for riders not familiar with a bicycle route.
BikeBrampton is working with the City of Brampton to improve road and trail signage. It is an on-going process and we appreciate new signs that make navigation better!