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|
|Windy Viewpoint||5.4 km||Summer||Hiking||Open|
Yamnuska East Ridge
Rockfall hazard increases in freeze / thaw weather conditions. Be cautious and move quickly through areas with overhead hazard, particularly in the frozen waterfall section of the West Col portion of trail.
|3.6 km one-way||Year-round||Hiking||Warning|
Yamnuska Scramble Route
Difficult travel in areas with snow and ice covered trail.
Rockfall hazard increases in freeze / thaw weather conditions.
|Yamnuska Climbers' Access Route||2.1km one-way||Year-round||Hiking||Open|
|Yamnuska West Col||4.0 km||Year-round||Open|
Construction Closure: Until further notice. From the junction of Montane Trail and Lady Macdonald Trail upstream for approximately 1 km. For blasting relating to the Cougar Creek Flood Project.
Douglas Fir Bench
Closed: Dec 1st - Jun 15th for wildlife protection.
|1.6 km one-way||Year-round||Hiking Hiking OHVing||Closed|
|Ha Ling||3.5 km to the saddle; 3.9 km to the summit||Year-round||Hiking Hiking||Open|
Construction Closure: Lady Macdonald and Cougar Creek Canyon Blasting Closure.
|Rocky Mountain Legacy||20 km||Year-round||Hiking Fat Biking Hiking OHVing||Open|
|Cloudline||5.0 km||Year-round||Hiking Fat Biking Hiking OHVing Trail Running||Open|
|Middle Sister Access||1.9km||Year-round||Hiking Fat Biking Hiking OHVing Trail Running||Open|
High Rockies (Summer)
Warning: A washout has occurred on the High Rockies Trail south of the Goat Creek Trail. See details.
Note: Hiker-cyclist camping allowed at select day use areas only from Jun 1 - Sep 20. See details.
|63.0 km Goat Creek to Peninsula Day Use; 80.0 km Goat Creek to Elk Pass||Summer||Dog Sledding Hiking OHVing||Open|
|Heart Mountain||2.8 one-way km||Year-round||Hiking||not reported|