This trail is named for a large 6-point antler which can be seen at the Friends of Blackfoot Heritage Interpretive Centre. In winter, the trail is packed for skate skiing.
Closed to equestrian use between December 1 and April 1 annually.
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Cooking Lake-BlackfootWinter Trail Map
Cooking Lake-BlackfootWinter Trail Tear Sheet
Blackfoot Lake Staging Area Trail Map
Summer Trail Map