Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Lusk Pass

A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.
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This forested trail with occasional views and a beautiful wildflower meadow near the mid-point follows the official Lusk Pass trail for 650 m before using a portion of Baldy Pass and the Baldy-Lusk Pass Connector to regain Lusk Pass trail. Conversely, the initial 650 m section is often combined with the Baldy Pass Trail and Kananaskis Integrated Forest Interpretive Trail to create a loop approximately 5 km in length. 
Alternatively after the first 50 m of Lusk Pass Trail, some visitors turn left on the old "Lusk Pass" trail alignment, which is no longer maintained, but is a more direct route to the continuation of Lusk Pass as it heads towards Powderface Trail/Road.

Length:10.2 km one-way
Elevation Profile350 m, 1137 ft m
Type:Connector Trail
SummerHikingMtn Biking/CyclingEquestrian/Horseback Riding
WinterHikingFat Biking
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Trail Report:Sibbald Flats
Trails  Kananaskis Country  - All Parks
Updated: Jun 7, 2021