Bluerock Wildland Provincial Park

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Sheep (Summer)

The trail through the private property (located between the north face of Gibraltar Mountain on the south end and Burns Creek on the north end) was heavily damaged in 2013 and is not passable at this time.

South Section Sandy McNabb to Burns Private Land 27.5 km; North Section: Big Elbow Trail to Burns Private Land 8.6 kmSummerHikingBiking bike CyclingEquestrian horseback ridingWarningBiking/Cycling,Hiking,Horseback Riding,Horseback Riding (Winter),Equestrian,CyclingOut-and-Back,Point-to-PointKananaskis CountrySheep and Highwood-- Sheep River PP,Bluerock WPP
Sheep (Winter)WinterHikingEquestrian horseback ridingOpenHiking (Winter),Horseback Riding (Winter),EquestrianOut-and-Back,Point-to-PointKananaskis CountrySheep and Highwood-- Sheep River PP,Bluerock WPP
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