For information on road accessibility to Reesor Lake and Spruce Coulee Reservoir, check Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park News or phone the Visitor Centre at 403-893-3833 ext. 5.
Kicksledding is an alternative to cross-country skiing that offers more stability.
Kicksleds work on compacted snow or ice.
You can use one alone or with a child sitting up front or standing on the runners.
Rent a kicksled from the Visitor Centre.
Hold onto the kicksled handles while standing behind a chair that sits on two runners.
Place one foot on a runner and push off with the other foot to power the sled.
Keeping your weight on your supporting foot on the runner, use long kicks and let the sled slide.
Steer the kicksled by putting your weight on one side and turning the handlebars.
Change the supporting leg often, every five kicks or so.
The Old Baldy Campground loop is turned into a 1.5 km long skating track. Parking at the Lakeview Shower-house, across the road from the campground entrance. Weather dependent, please call the Visitor Centre at 403-893-3833 ext. 5 for further information.
Elkwater has an outdoor skating rink located on 7th Avenue.
There is a toboggan hill south of Hidden Valley Ski Resort on Highway 41. A picnic shelter and stove are located closeby.
Check out our "backyard luge" in front of the Learning Centre (located across from the marina). Bring your own sled or borrow one of our disc toboggans. Helmets are recommended. Weather dependent, please call the Visitor Centre at 403-893-3833 ext. 5 for further information.
Fat biking is permitted on all groomed and track-set trails EXCEPT Spring Creek Ski Trail System.
Bikes with regular mountain bike tires are not permitted. Tires must be 3.7 inches or wider. Tire pressure should be 10 psi or lower.
Skiers have priority on trails. Give skiers lots of space to pass, both on hills and flats.
Snowmobiles are NOT ALLOWED in the park.
Please avoid trails that are track-set for cross-country skiing - Spring Creek Cross-Country Ski Trail System and Spruce Coulee Trail.
There are other trails suitable for snowshoeing. (Use "snowshoe" as the Search term.)