Bow Valley Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Trails

A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.
Trail Length Season Permitted Activities (Legend) Status
Bow Valley Paved 4.2 km one-way Year-round Hiking E-bikes Fat Biking Hiking OHVing Open
Flowing Water Interpretive 2.0 km return Year-round Hiking Hiking Open
Heart Creek Interpretive

Trail may be icy / slippery, particularly during freeze and thaw weather conditions. Ice cleats / micro spikes are highly recommended and may be necessary to safely walk this trail. 

 

 

1.3 km one-way Year-round Hiking Hiking Warning
Jewell Pass 2.9 km one-way Year-round Hiking Hiking OHVing Open
Many Springs Interpretive

Warning: No vehicle access to trailhead, Oct 10th - Apr 30th.

1.3 km Year-round Hiking Hiking Warning
Middle Lake Interpretive 2.0 km Year-round Hiking Hiking Open
Montane Interpretive 1.5 km Year-round Hiking Hiking Open
Prairie View 6.6 km one-way to viewpoint Year-round Hiking Fat Biking Hiking OHVing Open
Stoney 22.5 km one-way Year-round Hiking E-bikes Fat Biking Hiking Horseback Riding - Equestrian OHVing Snowshoeing Open
Bow River Interpretive

Warning: No vehicle access to trailhead, Oct 10 - Apr 30.

2.1 km one-way Year-round Hiking Hiking Warning
Elk Flats 1.9 km one-way Year-round Hiking Hiking Open
Moraine Interpretive 1.1 km one-way Year-round Hiking Hiking Open
Quaite Creek 5.7 km one-way to Jewell Pass Year-round Hiking Fat Biking Hiking Horseback Riding - Equestrian OHVing Open

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