Kananaskis Country

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Peninsula

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This short trail traverses the length of the Peninsula which separates the mouth of Smith-Dorrien Creek from the bay near Canyon Day Use area on Lower Kananaskis Lake. 

The west side of the peninsula is closed to fishing to protect Alberta Bull Trout which are a threatened species under the Alberta Wildlife Act. 

The Alberta Guide to Sportfishing Regulations defines this closed area as the portion north of a line drawn from the southernmost tip of the peninsula in NE 11-20-9-W5 due west to the point where the line intersects the shoreline of the lake (the northwest bay). 

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Open
Trailhead:
    Length:0.4 km
    Elevation Profile0 m
    Type:Out-and-Back
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    Trail Map Spray Valley & Peter Lougheed Map (Geo Referenced)
    Winter Trails
    Trail Report:Peter Lougheed
    Trails  Kananaskis Country  - All Parks
    Updated: Jul 2, 2020