Corner Brook is host to many diverse trails. Right from the City’s centre, you can walk, bike, snowshoe, or hike to stunning views or parts of the downtown.
Walking & Hiking
There is an abundance of chances to walk and hike right within the city. The Corner Brook Stream Trail winds through the heart of the downtown. The trail is groomed and features many rest stops. It can be accessed via Margaret Bowater Park, the Glynmill Inn, the Sir Richard Squires Building, and the Port. It will take you through inner city forests, around ponds and wetland, and to West Street, Main Street, and Broadway shopping districts.
The Corner Brook Gorge Trails, an extension of the Stream Trails, tour the beautifully iconic Corner Brook gorge. With its shear rock walls, and stunning views, the gorge is a worthy hike just minutes walk from the downtown.
Cycling & Hiking
Corner Brook promotes a Share The Road policy all City Streets. We value active commuting and recreation. You will find our roads bike-friendly.
From the upper parking lot of Margaret Bowater Park you can find the Ginger Route – a bike-preferred multi-use trail hand-built by volunteers. The Ginger Route provides mountain bike and hiking access to the Curry Loop trail, and a variety of other mountain bike trails in the area. For a full listing of these trails, download the Trailforks App or visit their website.