Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Ribbon Creek (Winter)

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The Ribbon Creek Winter trail is accessed via Hidden Trail which begins at the Ribbon Creek Day Use area. After 300 m on Hidden Trail, you must turn left on Coal Mine Trail, then climb up to meet the Ribbon Creek Winter Trail. From the junction, the trail is an exciting mix of downhill corners for approximately 1.2 km before it rejoins the shared Ribbon Creek Snowshoe Trail, 0.9 km before the Link Trail junction which marks the end of the Ribbon Creek Trail in the winter.

Visitors are asked to purchase a day or season parking pass from Nordiq Alberta to use the trails. Revenue from the sales will cover the costs of trail grooming and maintenance. It’s $10 for a day pass or $50 for the season. More information...

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Good conditions

Groomed: Jan 21  Track Set: Jan 21

Trailhead:
    Length:2.1 km
    Elevation Profile50 m / 1,137 ft to Ribbon Falls plus additional 594 m / 1,930 ft to Ribbon Lake m
    Type:Out-and-Back
    Summer
    WinterCross Country Skiing
    Trail MapEvan Thomas PRA Ribbon Creek Central Map
    Evan Thomas PRA Ribbon Creek Wedge Pond Trail Map
    Trail Report:Kananaskis Valley
    Trails  Kananaskis Country  - All Parks
    Updated: Jan 23, 2021