Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Kananaskis Integrated Forestry Interpretive

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This self-guided walking trail introduces you to many aspects of forest management in Kananaskis Country and historic points of interest. The distance from the trail head to the first viewpoint is 1 km, with 3 additional viewpoints located  in the next 700m. The trail then continues to connect with Baldy Pass Trail 1.7 km from the Lusk Creek Day Use Area. 
Many hikers choose to connect this trail with the Lusk Pass via a 1.3 km connector trail, creating an 8 km loop. 

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Open
Length:1.7 km
Elevation Profile25 m m
Type:Interpretive Trail
Out-and-Back
Group Size Limit:15  (Permit information)
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Trail Report:Kananaskis Valley
Trails  Kananaskis Country  - All Parks
Updated: Dec 23, 2021