The Coquitlam Crunch Trail is a popular outdoor recreational destination in Coquitlam. A long-time destination for fitness enthusiasts, the Crunch trail sees about 50,000 users each month during peak summer season.

Extending the Crunch Trail

Due to its popularity, the City consulted the public in 2017 on future improvements on the Coquitlam Crunch. Following feedback from over 1,700 respondents, the Coquitlam Crunch Trail and Expansion Plan (2018-2023) was developed, and subsequently approved by Council in January 2018.

The Coquitlam Crunch Trail and Expansion Plan envisions that the Coquitlam Crunch Trail would eventually connect to Eagle Mountain in the north and to Mundy Park in the south, with connections ultimately reaching the Fraser River. The Crunch Trail will offer a diverse outdoor recreation and fitness experience while connecting to existing parks, enhancing the City’s parks network and outdoor recreation offerings.

The first proposed extension to the original Coquitlam Crunch Trail is the Coquitlam Crunch South Extension, running south of the Barnet Highway from Dewdney Trunk up the slope to Mariner Way and connecting to Mundy Park.

Thank you for participating

Thank you to everyone who participated in our first round of feedback. We have summarized the feedback into a What We Heard infographic. your feedback will be used to inform the design plans for the proposed extension and amenities, and more information will come later this year.

Staff are working to develop preliminary design. Anyone interested in future engagement opportunities is encouraged to sign up for project updates by clicking the "+Follow" button.

Please contact City staff with your questions at or 604-927-6300.

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How Do You Use the Crunch? survey has now concluded