Community Walking Trails
Maple Crest Trail Map
Maple Crest has a convenient and connected group of walking trails throughout the community.
You can take numerous routes for longer or shorter treks. Walking is a great form of exercise that is low impact while still boosting your heart rate. Walking outside is by far the best choice as you can enjoy scenic views and enjoy the sunshine and fresh air.
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1 km, 2 km, and 3km distances
Whether you are looking for a short walk or a long hike, you can find the perfect distance in Maple Crest! We’ve compiled four great walking loops in 1 km, 2 km, and 3km distances. Mix and match to find your perfect walk!
Sit and enjoy the view
Maple Crest has a great selection of places to sit and enjoy the view. There are benches along Fulton Marsh’s walking trails, as well as a central pavilion that has trees and benches. Maple Crest has plenty of greenspaces and a wonderful play park, as well as a new one under construction! You can have a picnic, play catch, or enjoy the playground!
Maple Crest has multiple pocket parks throughout the community. There are a number of greenspaces and parks along Maple Road, plus an additional pocket park on 6 St. NW. With greenspaces along every walking path, there is so much nature to enjoy in the community!
At 75 acres, Fulton Marsh is Edmonton’s largest stormwater management facility. This beautiful pond has become home to a variety of animals and plant life. Fulton Marsh is a protected reserve for waterfowl, and there are many amphibian and small mammal species who inhabit the area including rabbits, deer, coyotes, and muskrats. Fulton Marsh is a fantastic place for residents of Maple Crest to enjoy nature and wildlife, all just minutes from their doors!
Fulton Creek is a minor tributary that connects Fulton Marsh to the North Saskatchewan River. The creek begins in Fulton Marsh and flows throughout the community, providing water and nutrients to all the natural amenities in Maple Crest. Fulton Creek flows through other industrial and residential areas in Edmonton before flowing into the North Saskatchewan River outlet beside Capilano Bridge.
Maple Crest has two wonderful playgrounds for our community members to enjoy. Maple Crest's newest park boasts a slide, expression swing and swing set, jumping pads, play ramps, climbing net, and musical devices! The playgrounds in Maple Crest are build for children of all ages with an accessible design to ensure everyone who wants to play is included. For outdoor family fun, visit a Maple Crest playground!