Kananaskis Country

Bow Valley Trail Report

Updated: July 11, 2019

Updated: July 11, 2019 | Print Report

    Notes:

    1. Be wildlife aware! Traveling in groups, making noise on trail, keeping pets on leash and carrying bear spray is highly recommended. See the Wildlife Safety page for more information.
    2. Caution is advised for natural hazards such as downed trees and snow/ice on trail.
    3. It's tick season and we recommend that if you are out recreating that you check yourself and your pets once your outing is complete. Since ticks take several hours to find a suitable site to penetrate the skin, they usually can be found and removed before they attach, however, if you've been bitten and experience fever, headaches, abdominal pain, a rash, nausea or vomiting, you should consult a physician and make him/her aware of the tick bite.

Maps

Trail Name Permitted Activities Status
Bow River Interpretive
Hiking Open
Bow Valley Paved
Hiking Biking Open
Centennial Ridge
Hiking Open
Elk Flats
Hiking Open
Flowing Water Interpretive
Hiking Open
Grotto Creek Canyon
Hiking Open
Heart Creek Interpretive
Hiking Open
Jewell Pass
Hiking Biking Open
Many Springs Interpretive
Hiking Open
Middle Lake Interpretive
Hiking Open
Montane Interpretive
Hiking Open
Moraine Interpretive
Hiking Open
Prairie View
Hiking Biking Open
Quaite Creek
Hiking Biking Horseback Riding - Equestrian Open
Skogan Pass
Hiking Biking Horseback Riding - Equestrian Open
Stoney
Hiking Biking Horseback Riding - Equestrian Open
Windy Viewpoint
Hiking Open
Yamnuska
    • Yamnuska Trail is only maintained for the first 1.0 km and requires significant route finding skills beyond. If venturing to the top of the scramble route, remember there are over 150 climbing routes up the face it is critical that hikers do not throw rocks over the edge. 
Hiking Warning