Kananaskis Country

Mount Shark Trail Report

Updated: April 22, 2019

Updated: April 22, 2019 | Print Report

    Notes:

    1. Live Grooming Report for Mount Shark
    2. Be wildlife aware! Bears are coming out of hibernation, and bear spray is highly recommended. See the Wildlife Safety page for more information.
    3. If you are unaware of which trails have avalanche risk, please call the Kananaskis Information Line at 403-678-0760. Daily avalanche forecasts and snow plots can be found on the Avalanche Canada website.
    4. It's tick season and we recommend that if you are out recreating that you check yourself and your pets once your outing is complete. Since ticks take several hours to find a suitable site to penetrate the skin, they usually can be found and removed before they attach, however, if you've been bitten and experience fever, headaches, abdominal pain, a rash, nausea or vomiting, you should consult a physician and make him/her aware of the tick bite.

    Snow Depths:

    As of April 18:

    • Mud Lake - 103 cm
    • Burstall Pass - 176 cm

Maps

Live Grooming Report

Trail Name Permitted Activities Status
10 km Yellow Loop
Open
15 km Green Loop
    • The last loop of this trail is not maintained
Warning
2 km Blue Loop
Open
5 km Red/Black Loop
Open
5 km Red/Purple Loop
Open
Biathlon Range Area
Open
Mass Start Area
Open
Mount Shark Helipad Access
Open
Watridge Lake
    • Walkers and bikers, stay to the edge of the trail
Open