Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Troll Falls

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This short, family-friendly trail through an aspen forest concludes with a surprising waterfall.

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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  1. Random trails around the main waterfall, including walking up to the Troll, have been blocked off due to extreme rockfall hazards. Hikers must stay on the main trails and not climb over or around installed barricades.
  2. For safety reasons please stay on the designated trails and obey all the safety signs and barricades. Significant fall hazards exist beyond the maintained trail and travel beyond the sanctioned trail is not advised due to the potential for serious injury. 
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Trailhead:
    Length:1.7 km one-way
    Elevation Profile0 m
    Type:Out-and-Back
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    Updated: Apr 1, 2021