Trail within the Meewasin Northeast Swale:
These newly opened trails wind through the western end of the swale, with trailheads where Zary Road, Konohowski Road and Central Avenue intersect Fedoruk Drive. The granular trail is 2.2km in length running through the swale’s extensive natural areas. Remember to keep dogs on leash. These trails are not cleared in the winter, so proceed with caution. Site furniture and permanent signage will be installed in 2018.

Meewasin Trail at Spadina Crescent from Queen Street to Duke Street:
This section of trail is completed and open. Proceed with caution as one small section near Queen Street will be gravel surfacing until next year. The remaining work from Queen to the Mendel Parking lot will be undertaken in the spring of 2018. There will be an open house soon to provide information regarding the 2018 work. You can find more information here

Lower wood chip trail in Cosmopolitan Park:
This trail is open. More work adjacent to the trail will be undertaken in 2018 to revegetate the disturbed area.

Meewasin Trail from 71 Street to Wanuskewin Heritage Park (Adjacent to Wanuskewin Road):
This section of trail is closed for the season.

Meewasin Trail adjacent to River Landing and Friendship Park
Due to construction of the Traffic Bridge detours of the Meewasin Trail on the north side of the South Saskatchewan River are in place.

The Meewasin Trail will be closed between Kiwanis Park and River Landing for the duration of construction (2016 - 2018). The detour will take trail users to the north side of Spadina Crescent (along Friendship Park) through this area, returning to the riverfont at River Landing. Signs are posted on the Meewasin Trail to guide users through the detour.

Spadina Crescent is closed from the Traffic Bridge to the Broadway Bridge (the roundabout remains open), as are sections of riverfront parks on both sides of the bridge. Access to Meewasin's parking lot and loading zone will remain open. For more information including maps, visit www.saskatoon.ca/bridging.

Meewasin Trail adjacent to the Traffic Bridge in Rotary Park
Due to construction of the Traffic Bridge, detours along the Meewasin Trail on the south side of the South Saskatchewan River are in place.

The Meewasin trail will be closed between Broadway Avenue and the Senator Sid Buckwold Bridge for the duration of construction (anticipated to be until late 2018). A detour will take trail users to the south side of Saskatchewan Crescent between McPherson Avenue and Eastlake Avenue. Signs will be posted on the Meewasin Trail to guide users through the detour.