Areas of Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park are designed Wildlife Corridor Management Areas. Travel in these areas is restricted to designated trails only.
|Trail||Length||Season||Permitted Activities (Legend)||Status|
|Grotto Creek Canyon||2.1 km one-way||Year-round||Hiking Hiking||Open|
Closed: May 1 - Jun 15 for wildlife protection.
|Yamnuska East Ridge||3.6 km one-way||Summer||Hiking||Open|
|Yamnuska Scramble Route||10.2km return||Summer||Hiking||Open|
|Yamnuska Climbers' Access Route||2.1km one-way||Summer||Hiking||Open|
Closure: Until further notice. From the junction of Montane Trail and Lady MacDonald Trail upstream for approximately 1 km. For blasting relating to the Cougar Creek Flood Project.
Douglas Fir Bench
Closed: Dec 1 - Jun 15 for wildlife protection.
|1.6 km one-way||Year-round||Hiking Hiking OHVing||Closed|
May 22: The trail is snow free from the trailhead to summit.
|3.5 km to the saddle; 3.9 km to the summit||Year-round||Hiking Hiking||Open|
Closure: Until further notice for construction.
|Rocky Mountain Legacy||20 km||Year-round||Hiking Fat Biking Hiking OHVing||Open|
Skogan Pass (Summer)
Closure: The west side of the trail is closed for seasonal closure.
|From Ribbon: 10.2 km to Skogan Pass, 19.4 km to Wind Valley||Summer||Hiking Horseback Riding - Equestrian OHVing||Partially Closed|
High Rockies (Summer)
Jun 7: Mainly bare with a few snow patches. Observed and downed trees removed from Black Prince to Lower Lake Dam, and Goat Creek to Buller (with one tree still across the trail just north of Buller junction).
Warning: A washout has occurred on the High Rockies Trail south of the Goat Creek Trail. See details.
Note: Hiker-cyclist camping allowed at select day use areas only from Jun 1 - Sep 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|
|Heart Mountain||2.8 one-way km||Year-round||Hiking||not reported|