There are no groomed trails for fat biking in the Greenbelt. However, those who wish to practise this activity may do so on any of the Capital’s multi-use pathways.
- Greenbelt Pathway East
- Greenbelt Pathway West
- Watts Creek Pathway (universally accessible)
Safety and Courtesy on the Capital Pathway
Pedestrians, runners, cyclists, in-line skaters and people with mobility impairments share the pathway. Follow these rules to help keep the pathways safe and fun for everyone.
During winter, part of the Capital Pathway transforms into a network of multi-use winter trails that are groomed for cross-country skiing, yet shared with activities like snowshoeing, fat biking and walking. Don’t forget the winter rules for safety and enjoyment
Engaging in outdoor activities involves certain risks, and it is always wise to exercise caution. In winter, cold weather can present a real danger. Because forewarned is forearmed, here are some tips to help you prepare for a safe and enjoyable outing in the Greenbelt.