Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Three Isle Lake

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

Trail starts at North Interlakes Day Use area and traverses the north side of Upper Kananaskis Lake, providing access to the northern portion of the Upper Lake Circuit after 0.9 km. At 2.2 km the Upper Lake Connector provides a second access to the Upper Lake Circuit. Bikes are permitted as far as Invincible Creek, located approximately 3.8 km from the trailhead. Beyond Invincible Creek, the trail continues through forested terrain to Forks Backcountry Campground, before climbing a steep headwall and accessing Three Isle Lake Backcountry Campground.

    .
Open

Note: Bikes only permitted to Invincible Creek, 3.8 km from trailhead

Forks Backcountry Campground: Closed Dec 1 - Jun 14.

Three Isle Lake Backcountry Campground: Closed Dec 1 - Jun 23.

 

 

Length 10.2 km
Elevation: 580 m (1900 ft)
Group Size Limit: 15 (Permit information)
Difficulty
Summer biking/cycling,hiking Biking/Cycling Hiking
Winter
Trail Map Spray Valley & Peter Lougheed Map (Geo Referenced)
Peter Lougheed PP - Three Isle Creek Backcountry Campground Map
Trail Report: Peter Lougheed
Trails: Peter Lougheed | Kananaskis Country | All Parks
Updated: Dec 1, 2023