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Updated: June 21, 2018

Sibbald Flats Trail Report

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Updated: June 21, 2018 | Print Report

Due to seasonal snow melt, rivers and streams are experiencing higher flows; exercise caution around moving water.  The past couple days have brought hot and dry weather which has allowed trails to dry out. Rain is in the forecast for the next couple days, trails may become wet and muddy.

Notes: 

  1. Be wildlife aware! Bears are out, carrying bear spray is highly recommended. See the Wildlife Safety page for more information.
  2. Ticks are out for the season. Wearing a hat, plus covering up with long-sleeved shirts and long pants while recreating in grassy or wooded areas is recommended. Check for ticks once you are off the trail. Further information on how to avoid and remove ticks can be found on the MyHealth.Alberta website.
  3. Caution is advised for natural hazards such as downed trees and other natural hazards.

 

Trail Name Permitted Activities Status
Baldy Pass
Open
Baldy-Lusk Pass Connector
Open
Cox Hill Ridge
Open
Deer Ridge
Open
Eagle Hill
Open
Jumpingpound Loop
Note Northeast bridge damaged but passable
Open
Jumpingpound Ridge
Open
Jumpingpound Summit
Open
Kananaskis Integrated Forestry Interpretive
Open
Lusk Pass
Open
Ole Buck Loop
Open
Sibbald Flat Interpretive
Open
Sibbald Reforestation Interpretive
Open
Tom Snow
Note The flood damaged portion has been repaired/re-routed but other sections may be challenging to navigate and route-finding may be required.  
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