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Updated: July 12, 2018

Kananaskis Valley Trail Report

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Updated: July 12, 2018 | Print Report

High temperatures are forecast over the next week with plenty of sunshine. Trails have dried out and are in good condition for hiking and biking. Exercise caution around moving water, as rivers and streams remain high, but are gradually receding.

 Notes:

  1. Be wildlife aware! Bears are out, 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 other natural hazards.

Warnings:

  1. Troll Falls Trail and a portion of Stoney Trail - Bear Warning
  2. Widowmaker Trail from Canoe Meadows, at the Green Tongue river feature, upstream to the Kananaskis Visitor Information Center is closed.  A re-route trail is available along the river.
Trail Name Permitted Activities Status
Aspen
Open
Baldy Pass
Open
Barrier Lake Interpretive
Open
Bill Milne
Open
Centennial Ridge
Open
Coal Mine
Open
Eau Claire Interpretive
Open
Evan-Thomas Fire Road
Note
  • Bridge crossing Evan-Thomas Creek is out.
Warning
Galatea Creek
Open
Guinn's Pass
Note
  • This trail has been re-routed after the 2013 floods. Please note that this junction is now located at the Lower Galatea Lake, after Lillian Lake.
Open
Hay Meadow
Open
Hidden
Open
High Level
Open
Kananaskis Integrated Forestry Interpretive
Open
Kovach
Open
Link
Open
Marmot Basin
Note
  • This trail was heavily damaged in the 2013 flood; expect washouts and challenging travel
Warning
Mount Kidd Interpretive
Open
Prairie View
Open
Quaite Creek
Open
Ribbon Creek
Note
  • Bikes permitted on first 4 km of trail ONLY
Open
Ruthie's
Open
Skogan Pass
Open
Stoney
Note
  • Bear Warning
Warning
Sunburst
Open
Terrace
Open
Terrace Link
Open
Troll Falls
Note
  • Bear Warning
Warning
Village Rim
Open
Wasootch Creek
Open
Wedge Connector
Open
Wedge Pond
Open


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