The trail winds through a stand of pines that was machine-planted in 1974. It's used year-round by hikers, and occasionally by equestrians. In winter, the Tom Snow Trail is shared with snowmobiles as it is part of the snowmobile Red trail. It can be walked separately or combined with Pine Woods Loop for a longer outing. The trailhead is the Jumpingpound Demonstration Day Use Area, located near the Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest in the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone.
This Public Lands trail is currently not maintained. Public Lands will repair priority trails when resources become available. Alberta Parks/Kananaskis recommends that you look for other trails in the area as identified on the Alberta Parks/Kananaskis trail reports pages.
|3.5 km return
|hiking,hiking (winter),horseback riding,snowshoeing
Sibbald Area Summer Trails Pamphlet with Map