Kananaskis Country

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Ridgeback

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A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.
Alberta Environment and Parks, in partnership with Bragg Creek Trails, is developing a new trails plan for the West Bragg Creek area.
Visit www.Alberta.ca/WBCtrails for more information.

Ridgeback was machine and hand built by the Calgary Mountain Bike Alliance and continues to be maintained by that group. It has a bit of everything - smooth dirt, roots, rocks, berms, boardwalks and views – and was designed to provide an alternative to the Tom Snow trail. The trail intersects with Tom Snow at three points, dividing the trail into four sections. While the trail permits all types of use, it is most commonly enjoyed by mountain bikers.

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Open
Length 8.8 km
Summer biking/cycling,e-bikes,fat biking,hiking,hiking (winter),horseback riding,horseback riding (winter),snowshoeing Biking/Cycling E-bikes Hiking Horseback Riding
Winter Fat Biking Hiking (Winter) Horseback Riding (Winter) Snowshoeing
Trail Map West Bragg Creek PRA - Central Map (Georeferenced)
West Bragg Creek PRA - Full Map (Georeferenced)
West Bragg Creek PRA - South Map (Georeferenced)
Trail Report: West Bragg Creek
Trails: West Bragg Creek | Kananaskis Country | All Parks
Updated: Jan 26, 2021