Spray Valley Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Trails

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.
Trail Length Season Permitted Activities (Legend) Status
Goat Creek

Closure: For construction, from the Goat Creek Day Use Area to the High Rockies Trail intersection (Banff National Park Boundary) for 2022. The High Rockies Trail is still accessible via Goat Creek Trail from Banff National Park.

19.3 km one-way Year-round Hiking Hiking OHVing Partially Closed
Galatea Creek 6.3 km to Lillian Lake, 1.5 km more to Upper Galatea Lake Summer Hiking Open
Wedge Connector (Winter)

Warning: no bridge exists across Evan Thomas creek on Wedge Connector trail. 

 

2.4 km one-way Winter Hiking Fat Biking Hiking OHVing Skate Skiing Cross Country Skiing Warning
Biathlon Range Area km Winter Skate Skiing Cross Country Skiing Open
Watridge Lake (Summer) 3.7 km one-way Summer Hiking Horseback Riding - Equestrian OHVing Open
Ursa Major

The thinnest snow on the steepest trail- a few uneven surfaces and some exposed dirt or rocks.

3.1 km Year-round Skate Skiing Cross Country Skiing Open
High Rockies (Winter)

Goat Creek access is closed.

Hiker-cyclist camping allowed at select day use areas only from June 1 - September 20. See details.

 

 

63.0 km Goat Creek to Peninsula Day Use Winter Hiking Fat Biking Hiking OHVing Snowshoeing Open
High Rockies (Summer)

Goat Creek access is closed.

Hiker-cyclist camping allowed at select day use areas only from June 1 - September 20. See details.

63.0 km Goat Creek to Peninsula Day Use; 80.0 km Goat Creek to Elk Pass Summer Dog Sledding Hiking OHVing Open
Banff 10.8 km Year-round Hiking OHVing not reported
Mount Shark 15 km one-way Year-round Hiking OHVing Skijoring Snowshoeing not reported
Terrace South 9.5 km one-way Year-round Hiking OHVing not reported

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