Etherington Creek Provincial Recreation Area

Alberta Parks

Etherington Creek Day Use

Season: Year-round
A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.

    Prior to June 15th, the only access to Etherington Creek is from the southeast: take Hwy. 22 to Longview, turn west into Kananaskis on Hwy. 541 (also labelled Hwy. 40 on Google & other maps), go 35 km to Highwood Junction (intersection of Hwy. 40, 541 & 940), turn onto Hwy. 940 & go 6 km to Etherington Creek. From June 15-Dec. 1, the campground can also be reached from the north over Highwood Pass on Hwy. 40.

Amenities

Notes

    Water is available from a hand pump at this site. Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water. 

Maps & Guides

  • Cataract Creek Snowmobile Trails Map Map, Kananaskis, Cataract Creek PRA, Etherington Creek PRA, Baril Loop Trail, Cataract Creek Trail, Cataract Loop Trail, Cummings Creek Trail, Etherington Trail, Faller's Trail, Loggers Trail, Oyster Excursion Trail, Pasque Trail, Raspberry Pass Trail, Skyline Trail, Valley Bottom Trail, Wilkinson Summit Trail, Kananaskis Country, Map -- 9085 False
  • Highwood & Cataract Summer Trails Map Map, Kananaskis, Cat Creek PRA, Cataract Creek PRA, Etherington Creek PRA,Lantern Creek PRA, Mist Creek PRA, Sentinel PRA, Baril Loop Trail, Bear Pond Trail, Carnarvon Creek Trail, Cataract Trail, Cataract Falls Trail, Cataract Loop Trail, Cat Creek Interpretive Trail, Cummings Trail, Etherington Trail, Fallers Trail, Grass Pass Trail, Loggers Trail, Lost Creek Trail, Mist Creek Trail, Mount Burke Trail, Oyster Trail, Pasque Trail, Picklejar Lakes Trail, Plateau Mountain Trail, Raspberry Pass Trail, Skyline Trail, Upper Raspberry Trail, Valley Bottom Trail, Kananaskis Country, Map -- 9085 False
  • Regulations
Updated: Jun 1, 2023