Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Ribbon Creek Snowshoe

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The Ribbon Creek Snowshoe Trail is a multi-use winter trail designed for walkers, snowshoers and winter cyclists, but also accommodates cross-country skiers. The trail follows the new alignment of Ribbon Creek following the 2013 Southern Alberta Flood and has nice views of the drainage. Please note that the Ribbon Creek Cross-Country ski trail joins this trail from the north approximately 2 km from the trailhead and snowshoers, bikers and hikers should yield to skiers.

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Open

January 31- machine groomed, generally good conditions with shallow snow pack and potential hazards

Groomed: Jan 31 

Length:3.7 km
Elevation Profile60 m
Type:Out-and-Back
SummerHikingE-bike
WinterHikingFat BikingE-bikeSnowshoeing
Trail Map Kananaskis Valley Fat Biking Trail Map
Ribbon Creek Winter Map
Trail Report:Kananaskis Valley
Trails  Kananaskis Country  - All Parks
Updated: Jan 31, 2023