Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Peter Lougheed

Updated: May 26, 2022

Updated: May 26, 2022 | Print Report

COVID-19 Updates: Taking steps to return to normal.

    Annual Road Closures:

    Notes:

    • Be aware of avalanche conditions. Current conditions can be found at Avalanche Canada.
    • Practice wildlife safety. Travel in groups, make noise on the trail, and keep pets on leash. Carrying bear spray and knowing how to use it is highly recommended.
    • Caution is advised for natural hazards such as downed trees. Please report any downed trees on the trails.
    • Be sure not to overestimate your ability when planning your trip: Humility can be a life saver. Plan for rapidly changing conditions and bring extra socks.
    • It’s tick season! Ticks live on our trails and are prominent in the spring. Protect yourself from tick bites by covering your skin with light coloured clothing, using bug spray containing DEET, and checking yourself and your pets after you have been outside.

Maps

Trail Weather

Peter Lougheed
May 26 @ 12:00 PM 10 °C

Partly Cloudy. Note: Updated twice daily.

Trail Name Permitted Activities (Legend) Status Keywords
1982 Canadian Mount Everest Expedition Interpretive
Mostly snow/ice covered. Downed trees removed.
Hiking Open Hiking
Bill Benson
Many trees currently down across the trail from viewpoint thinning (caution tape at each end). Snow free. Sign changeover complete.
Hiking Open Hiking
Black Prince Cirque Interpretive
Trees removed. Mix of snow and ice covered. The Blackshale Creek Suspension Bridge is NOT accessed on this trail.
Hiking Open Hiking
Boulton Creek Interpretive
Mainly snow covered. Sign changeover in progress.
Hiking Open Hiking
Burstall Pass
Deep snow.  Bikes permitted on first 2.9 km of trail ONLY.
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking Duane
Chester Lake
Seasonal Closure in place. Deep snow. 
Hiking Biking Closed Biking/Cycling,Hiking
Elbow Lake
No vehicle access to primary trailhead. Deep snow. Parking lot, trail, and campground scheduled to close on June 15th. 
Hiking Biking Horseback Riding - Equestrian Warning Biking/Cycling,Hiking,Horseback Riding
Elk Pass
Snow covered. Sign changeover complete.  
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking
High Rockies
Observed only from Black Shale suspension bridge to Peninsula Day Use. Mainly packed snow/ice covered. Downed trees removed.
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Dog Sledding,Hiking
Highwood Meadows
No vehicle access to trailhead. Snow covered.
Hiking Warning Hiking
Kananaskis Canyon Interpretive
Stream crossings washed away by penstock/dam construction. Trail is impassable and is closed indefinitely.
Hiking Closed Hiking
Lookout
Snow covered. Sign changeover complete.
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking
Lower Lake
Trees removed. A mix of snow and bare sections. Downed trees removed.
Hiking Open Hiking Duane
Lower Lake Interpretive
Snow covered. Downed trees removed. Sign changeover complete.
Hiking Open Hiking
Marl Lake Interpretive
A mix of bare and snow/ice patches. Downed trees removed. Sign changeover complete.
Hiking Open Hiking
Maude-Lawson
Deep snow.
Hiking Open Hiking
Meadow
Open Skiing Cross Country Skiing, XC
Peninsula
A few patches of snow and ice remain. Downed trees removed.
Hiking Open Hiking
Peter Lougheed Paved
Many snow and ice patches remain, with more and deeper snow further south. Sign changeover complete.
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking
Pocaterra
Mainly bare with snow and ice patches at lowest elevations; fully snow covered at higher elevations. Sign changeover complete.
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking
Ptarmigan Cirque Interpretive
 No vehicle access to trailhead. Deep snow.
Hiking Warning Hiking
Rawson Lake
Snow covered, deep at higher elevations. Downed trees removed in February.
Hiking Open Hiking
Rock Glacier Interpretive
No vehicle access to trailhead. Snow covered.
Hiking Warning Hiking
Rockwall
Trail blown free of needles and debris. Downed trees removed.
Hiking Open Hiking
Three Isle Lake
Downed trees removed and mostly snow free from North Interlakes to Point campground junction. Trail not observed beyond Point campground. Bikes only permitted to Invincible Creek, 3.8 km from trailhead
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking
Upper Lake
Partly snow covered, deep in places, with some bare areas. Downed trees removed from North Interlakes to Point campground.
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking
Whiskey Jack
Mainly snow covered with a few bare patches likely at lower elevations. Campground Roads have been plowed. Sign changeover complete.
Hiking Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking