Alberta TrailNet Society is a non-profit charitable organization supporting ongoing development of Alberta’s provincial trail networks.
Your membership to Alberta TrailNet helps support our work and the resources we provide to trail building groups and communities throughout Alberta.
As a non-profit charitable organization, Alberta TrailNet relies on the commitment and service of its volunteers. Help us by volunteering today!
Working on a new trail? Seeking volunteers? TrailNet is always interested in receiving news, stories and photos relating to trails in your community. Tell us your story!
Check out the Alberta Trail Maps page for a complete listing of trail map resources and provincial trail map projects offered by Alberta TrailNet.
Offering a variety of different trail systems, Alberta’s trails cater to a wide range of interests, for beginners and experts alike. Here, trail users will find a list of recreational trails, maps and related material to suit every level of experience.
Wishing for a trail in your community? Alberta TrailNet provides plenty of support for communities who wish to develop a trail in their region. Useful resources include legislation affecting trails, partnership possibilities and grant funding opportunities.
Discover for yourself the benefits of trail building in your community. With great resources to assist in the planning of your next recreation trail, Alberta TrailNet can help provide your community with better resident well-being and increased economic growth.
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