Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Fullerton Loop

A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.

The access trail to Fullerton Loop from Allen Bill Day Use was rerouted following the 2013 Flood. The access trail is now located across from the Allen Bill Day Use access road, rather than passing under the Highway 66 bridge. Once on the Fullerton Loop proper, you can either climb the ridge edge or take the more gradual route up the valley behind. On top of the ridge, there are views to Moose Mountain, west down the valley and south across the Elbow River.

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Open

April 7th: User compacted snow.

Length 6.8 km (Fullerton Loop is 4.0 km, additional distance is the access trail)
Elevation: 213 m / 692 ft
Summer hiking,hiking (winter) Hiking
Winter Hiking (Winter)
Trail Map Elbow River PRA - Fullerton Loop Trail Map
Elbow Valley Summer Trails Map
West Bragg Creek PRA - Central Map (Georeferenced)
West Bragg Creek PRA - Full Map (Georeferenced)
West Bragg Creek PRA - South Map (Georeferenced)
Trail Report: Elbow Valley
Trails: Elbow Valley | Kananaskis Country | All Parks
Updated: Apr 8, 2024