Rotary Loop Trail is a multi-purpose hiking and biking trail system within the community of Golden, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The gravel and road trail is a major pedestrian access route when moving around within the city.
The trail is a 7 kilometre route following the shores of the Kicking Horse River on the north side and provides views of the Columbia River on the west side. The Rotary Trail connects to parks, stores, residential neighbourhoods, accommodations, campgrounds and to the airport.
Some of the parks connected to the Rotary Loop Trail include the Kumsheen, Alexander and Keith King Memorial Park. Reflection Lake, located on the south side of the community, is a popular starting and finishing point when touring the recreation route.
Another, point of interest along the trail is the timber frame bridge crossing the Kicking Horse River. It is the longest covered bridge of its kind in Canada. There are viewing benches and picnic tables located on the trail. Some provide views of the mighty Kicking Horse River.