William A. Switzer Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Jarvis Lake

Ice Safety: Alberta Parks does not monitor ice conditions; learn how to assess them for yourself at the Canadian Red Cross. Notice - Jarvis Lake Trail FloodingNotice - Jarvis Lake Trail Flooding

In summer, hike or bike through rolling hills, along meandering streams, meadows, aspen and spruce groves. In winter, these trails are groomed for cross-country skiing. Trails start from the green gate in the parking lot at Kelley’s Bathtub, opposite the Visitor Centre. There are 13.5 km of trails, including Meadow Run, Sunburst, Rolling and Jarvis Lake. Stop by the Visitor Centre for a map.  Another option is to review and snap a photo of the Jarvis Trails information sign at the trailhead.

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Not Ski Ready

Jarvis Lake trail has been groomed but not tracked.

 

Groomed: Nov 18 

Length:2.5 - 11.5 kms
Type:Loop
Out-and-Back
Difficulty
SummerHiking
WinterHikingCross Country Skiing
Trail Map Park & Gregg Lake Campground Maps with Trails
Park Guide with Maps
Trail Report:Trail Report
Trails  William A. Switzer PP  - All Parks
Updated: Nov 25, 2022