Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Elk Pass (Winter)

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Elk Pass winter trail climbs to the pass on an old fire road from which you can continue into British Columbia and Elk Lakes Provincial Park. Elk Lakes headquarters and the Alpine Club of Canada's Elk Lakes Cabin (alpineclubofcanada.ca/facility/elklakes.html) are located 4.3 km from the Alberta/BC border.

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Groomed only from Trailhead to North Hydroline junction, the remainder was trackset on Nov. 18th. Still a thin base at lower elevations, some exposed brush/ground, bumps and uneven surfaces still exist.

Groomed: Nov 18  Track Set: Nov 18

Length:5.6 km
Elevation Profile210 m / 700 ft m
Type:Out-and-Back
Point-to-Point
Group Size Limit:15  (Permit information)
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Trail Report:Peter Lougheed
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Updated: Nov 18, 2022