Visitors walking around the CN Centre's concourse

CN Centre's indoor concourse is closed for the summer. Indoor walking plans to reopen on Monday, October 24, 2022.

General Questions

When is indoor walking available?

At this time, we expect indoor walking at the CN Centre from October 2022 to April 2023 will not require a reservation.

 

It will operate on a drop-in basis, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.

 

Mask wearing will be optional, and at the participant's discretion.

 

This policy may change, depending on directives from the Provincial Health Office.

Is walking available on statutory holidays?
No. The CN Centre is closed for walking on statutory holidays and on days where an event is scheduled.
How much does it cost to walk at the CN Centre?
There is no charge to walk indoors at the CN Centre and the program is open to all ages.
Will there be signs at the CN Centre showing walkers where to go?
Yes. Signs will direct you where to enter and leave the CN Centre as well as which direction to walk.
Can I run or jog inside the CN Centre's concourse?

No. The CN Centre's walking program is meant for walkers. Running, jogging, skateboarding, scootering, in-line skating, dry-land training, or other forms of non-walking activities are not allowed.

Please note baby strollers are permitted on the concourse.

Are washrooms open during walking sessions?
Yes. Accessible washrooms are open for use.

 

Registration Questions

Do I have to register to walk?

At this time, no.

 
 

 

Health and Safety

Do I need proof of vaccination to walk at the CN Centre?
At this time, no. 
Do I need to check in at the front entrance?
At this time, no.
Can I bring food and/or drink into the building?
Please feel free to bring a water bottle inside the CN Centre for your walk. 
Who do I talk to if I have questions or concerns during my walk?
You may speak to the CN Centre staff member at the Administration Office.

 

 

Indoor and Outdoor Walking

Prince George features many other indoor and outdoor walking options. For more information: