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Areas of Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park are designed Wildlife Corridor Management Areas. Travel in these areas is restricted to designated trails only.
|Trail||Length||Season||Permitted Activities (Legend)||Status|
|Grotto Creek Canyon||2.1 km one-way||Year-round||Hiking Hiking||Open|
Wildfire being actioned in the area
Closed due to construction. More Info.
Closed from the junction of Montane Trail and Lady MacDonald Trail upstream for approximately 1 km, until further notice. For blasting relating to the Cougar Creek Flood Project. More Info.
|Douglas Fir Bench||1.6 km one-way||Year-round||Hiking Hiking||Open|
There may not be access to the trailhead due to daily road closures on HWY 742 between Ken Ritchie Way and the end of The Narrows (near the Spray Ranger Station). Please visit https://511.alberta.ca/ to confirm whether access is possible before your trip.
|3.5 km to the saddle; 3.9 km to the summit||Year-round||Hiking Hiking||Warning|
Trail closed for blasting relating to the Cougar Creek Flood Project until further notice. More Info.
|Rocky Mountain Legacy||20 km||Year-round||Hiking Fat Biking Hiking||Open|
|Skogan Pass||From Ribbon: 10.2 km to Skogan Pass, 19.4 km to Wind Valley||Summer||Hiking Horseback Riding - Equestrian||Open|
|High Rockies (Winter)||63.0 km Goat Creek to Peninsula Day Use||Winter||Hiking Fat Biking Hiking Snowshoeing||Open|
High Rockies (Summer)
Trail is free of snow. Some downed trees may be encountered after recent wind/rain, September 30th.
|63.0 km Goat Creek to Peninsula Day Use; 80.0 km Goat Creek to Elk Pass||Summer||Dog Sledding Hiking||Open|
|Heart Mountain||2.8 one-way km||Year-round||Hiking||not reported|