Kananaskis Country

Spray Valley Trail Report

Updated: June 13, 2019

Updated: June 13, 2019 | Print Report

    Notes:

    1. Check for avalanche information on the Avalanche Canada website. Pack appropriately for changing conditions, including traction devices/hiking poles, and don't forget to dress in layers.
    2. Be wildlife aware! Traveling in groups, making noise on trail, keeping pets on leash and carrying bear spray is highly recommended. See the Wildlife Safety page for more information.
    3. Caution is advised for natural hazards such as downed trees and snow/ice on trail.
    4. It's tick season and we recommend that if you are out recreating that you check yourself and your pets once your outing is complete. Since ticks take several hours to find a suitable site to penetrate the skin, they usually can be found and removed before they attach, however, if you've been bitten and experience fever, headaches, abdominal pain, a rash, nausea or vomiting, you should consult a physician and make him/her aware of the tick bite.
    5. The Kananaskis Region is under an air quality statement due to smoky conditions. See the alert for more information.

     

    Snow Depths:

    As of June 13:

    • Mud Lake - 0 cm
    • Burstall Pass - 51 cm

Maps

Trail Name Permitted Activities Status
Buller Creek
Hiking Open
Burstall Pass
    • Bikes permitted on first 2.9 km of trail ONLY 
Hiking Biking Open
Chester Lake
    • Annual seasonal closure: May 1 to June 29 to allow area to dry and prevent damage
Hiking Biking Closed
High Rockies
    • Trail is open and much of the directional signage is in place, with gaps in the Chester/Sawmill area
    • Visit area trailhead kiosks to review maps of the trail
Hiking Biking Open
Karst Spring
Hiking Open
Peninsula
Hiking Open
Spray Road West
Hiking Biking Horseback Riding - Equestrian Open