Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Tom Snow

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

This is the main connector trail between Elbow River and Sibbald Creek Valleys. It winds through foothills to the east and north around Moose Mountain. It is used mainly for mountain biking and horseback riding.

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Open

May 5th: 10-25cm of wet new snow on a mostly snow base.

Length 27.3 km
Elevation: 210 m / 700 ft
Summer biking/cycling,fat biking,hiking,hiking (winter),horseback riding,horseback riding (winter),snowshoeing Biking/Cycling Hiking Horseback Riding
Winter Fat Biking Hiking (Winter) Horseback Riding (Winter) Snowshoeing
Trail Map Elbow Valley Summer Trails Map
Sibbald Area Summer Trails Pamphlet with Map
West Bragg Creek PRA - Central Map (Georeferenced)
West Bragg Creek PRA - Full Map (Georeferenced)
West Bragg Creek PRA - North Map (Georeferenced)
West Bragg Creek PRA - South Map (Georeferenced)
Trail Report: Sibbald Flats
Trails: Sibbald Flats | Kananaskis Country | All Parks
Updated: May 6, 2024