Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Sibbald Flats

Updated: November 26, 2022

Updated: November 26, 2022 | Print Report

A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.
Ice Safety: Alberta Parks does not monitor ice conditions; learn how to assess them for yourself at the Canadian Red Cross.

    Notes:

    • Wildlife in the region is active. Practice wildlife safety. Make sure you're making noise on the trail, paying close attention to your surroundings, and carry bear spray and know how to use it.
    • Caution is advised for natural hazards such as downed trees, washouts and missing bridges. Route-finding may be necessary.

Maps

Trail Name Permitted Activities (Legend) Status Keywords
Baldy Pass
Hiking Fat Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Fat Biking,Hiking,Hiking (Winter) Fat Biking, Fat Bike, Phat
Baldy-Lusk Pass Connector
Hiking Fat Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Fat Biking,Hiking,Hiking (Winter),Horseback Riding Fat Biking, Fat Bike, Phat
Cox Hill Ridge
Hiking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking,Hiking (Winter),Horseback Riding
Deer Ridge
Hiking Open Biking/Cycling,Hiking,Hiking (Winter),Horseback Riding
Jumpingpound Loop
Hiking Fat Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Fat Biking,Hiking,Hiking (Winter),Horseback Riding Fat Biking, Fat Bike, Phat Duane
Kananaskis Integrated Forestry Interpretive
Hiking Open Hiking,Hiking (Winter) Duane
Lusk Pass
Hiking Fat Biking Open Biking/Cycling,Fat Biking,Hiking,Hiking (Winter),Horseback Riding Fat Biking, Fat Bike, Phat
Ole Buck Loop
Hiking Open Hiking,Hiking (Winter)
Sibbald Flat Interpretive
Hiking Open Hiking,Hiking (Winter)
Sibbald Reforestation Interpretive
Hiking Open Hiking,Hiking (Winter)
Tom Snow
Nov 18: Soft, user packed snow.
Hiking Horseback Riding - Equestrian (Winter) Fat Biking Snowshoeing Open Biking/Cycling,Fat Biking,Hiking,Hiking (Winter),Horseback Riding,Horseback Riding (Winter),Snowshoeing Fat Biking, Fat Bike, Phat