Policeman's Creek Trail is an easy going, level pathway located in the village centre of Canmore, Alberta, Canada. The trail acts as a connector trail - connecting with other trails - ideal for getting from one end of town to the other.
The Canmore, Alberta community pathway measures only 1 kilometre before it connects with the boardwalk trail. The boardwalk trail connects with the Policeman's Creek Trail which in turn connects with other trails.
Policeman Creek is part of a system of color coded trais in the community of Canmore, Alberta, Canada. Tree markers mark each trail in yellow, blue, red and green color codes. The Policeman's Creek Trail branches off the Red/Blue Trail.
Policeman's Creek Trail is a very well signed route with many directional signs pointing to popular destinations, the downtown core and to other trails. The most popular route includes the Bow River Trail and together with the Policeman's Creek Trail create a 3.7 kilometre loop route.
Birdwatching along the boardwalk section of the Policeman's Creek Trail is ideal for spotting waterfowl. In the forested sections of the trail there are song birds singing in the trees.
The trailhead entrance to the Policeman's Creek trail is on the corner of Main Street and Railway Avenue near the NWMP Barracks. Bikes are not permitted on the boardwalk section of the trail.