From Mission, Abbotsford and further East (e.g. Chilliwack, Hope): Get onto the north side of the Fraser River. A good choice is to use the bridge at Mission. Follow the Lougheed Highway (#7) west. There are lots of signs for the Albion Ferry, which crosses the Fraser River to Fort Langley. Stay on the Lougheed Highway, but look for the intersection which leads to the Albion Ferry. Exactly 1.6 km past that intersection, you will find 105th Avenue. Turn right (northeast) and 500 meters up the road is the rink.
From Haney, Pitt Meadows, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Vancouver, Burnaby, etc: Get onto the Lougheed Highway and head east. This means that you're on the north side of the Fraser River. Do NOT cross the Port Mann bridge if you're coming from Burnaby or New Westminster -- stay on Lougheed (you can avoid Port Coquitlam by using the Mary Hill bypass, if you desire). You may end up on Lougheed for quite a distance, but eventually you will get to Haney in Maple Ridge. Less than 2 km east of where the Lougheed Highway, the Haney Bypass and 232nd Street all meet on the east side of Haney, 105th Avenue intersects the Lougheed Highway. Turn left (northeast) onto 105th Avenue. The rink is 500 meters up the road.
From Langley (or for people who like ferry rides): Planet Ice in Maple Ridge is across the river from Fort Langley. Go to Fort Langley and take the Albion Ferry to Maple Ridge. Get onto the Lougheed Highway (it's about 150 meters from the ferry!) and turn left (west). Stay on the Lougheed Highway until you reach 105th Avenue (1.6 kilometers). Turn right (northeast) on 105th Avenue and you will find the rink just 500 meters up the road.