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The trail is 8.1 km one-way to Ribbon Falls with an additional 2.0 km to Ribbon Lake. The first 8 km of trail is a spectacular valley hike hemmed in by massive cliffs of Mt. Kidd and Mt. Bogart. Ribbon Falls Backcountry Campground is located at the falls. To reach Ribbon Lake and the Ribbon Lake Backcountry Campground from Ribbon Falls, one must climb a cliff with two sections of chains to assist. The climb up the cliff is a serious undertaking - likely not possible if you suffer from vertigo. Climbing down the cliff, especially in wet weather, is even more challenging. Note that bikes are only permitted on the first 4.0 km of this trail.
Ribbon falls still has over 1.5 metres of snow. Expect post-holing to get there.
Bikes permitted on first 4 km of trail ONLY.
|Length:||9.1 km one-way to Ribbon Falls or 10.1 km one-way to Ribbon Lake Backcountry Campground|
|Elevation Profile||350 m / 1,137 ft to Ribbon Falls plus additional gain of 250 m / 820 ft to Ribbon Lake m|
|Trail Map||Evan Thomas PRA Ribbon Creek Central Map|
Evan Thomas PRA Ribbon Creek Wedge Pond Trail Map
|Trail Report:||Kananaskis Valley|