The National Capital Commission has closed down sections of its Capital Pathway Network due to the recent water levels.
The NCC is asking that people respect the barricades and follow the directional signage in place.
Here's a list of the affected land:
Ontario Urban lands
- Parliament Hill Pathway, Locks to Fleet St parking lot
- Rideau River Eastern Pathway, from the O-train bridge to the edge of the wooded area near the Bronson Avenue bridge
- Both sides of the Transitway bridge at Hurdman station
- Both sides of the Smyth Road bridge
- South pathway from Dominion Station to Maplelawn Garden
- Ottawa River Pathway from LeBreton Flats to Mud Lake
- Ottawa River Pathway completely closed
- Trail 42: sections B to E are still covered with water and impassable.
- P3 parking lot (Corkstown Rd)
Quebec Urban lands:
- Minor flooding, but still impassable due to the amount of snow.
- Pathway is still impassable due to the amount of snow.
- The pathway is still impassable due to the amount of snow.
- The path under the Lady Aberdeen Bridge is flooded.
Leamy Lake Park / Leamy Creek:
- Leamy Creek Pathway is still impassable due to the amount of snow.
- Leamy Lake Pathway is still impassible due to the amount of snow.
All trails in Gatineau Park are closed and not recommended until further notice, except for the Sugarbush trail near the Visitor Centre.