Bulletin 10: Trail use in Canada

2014-2015 Physical Activity Monitor (Adult focus),

August 4, 2016

The types of trails in Canada are varied and can include land-based routes including designated footpaths, multi-usage tracks, bicycle routes, boardwalks, pre-existing rail lines, and designated access roads, or water-based trails, such as waterways and portage routes. The 2014-2015 Physical Activity Monitor asked Canadians (18 years and older) about their use of trails, the frequency of use, and in what season the trail is typically used. This bulletin summarizes these findings.


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Adults

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Self-Report Population Data

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