Big Hill Springs Trail is a 1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rocky View No 44, AB that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Nice quick trail with creek and falls
Nice little walk with the family
Beautiful little hike great for kids
Great easy hike! Took our dogs and enjoyed the scenery.
Been coming here for many years. Good to just get out of the city for a quick peaceful easy hike. Great to bring children.
I have done this trail twice. Both times were fairly early in the morning, so neither was busy. For a first time, or after a temporary absence (in this case, following surgery)this has just enough challenging bits to let you know if you are ready to do anything more.
Short, busy but worth the visit
Very pretty little stroll
There's one area of the path that is actually quite difficult as the ground is loose gravel and it's quite steep. Still, other than that... Very nice trail.
It's not too bad for just a short walk but very busy on the weekend.
Great little Sunday afternoon hike. Short and easy but fun !
Easy walk and nice with a dog. No difficult parts, unless you go off of the trail. Very busy on a warm summer day but everyone was extremely friendly!
Great for kids
Pretty day, nice trail. Really pleasant. Perfect for kids. There is a big teepee at the top made of sticks and a lovely creek to splash in.
Really easy and short trail. Lots of kids lots of dogs.
Close to the city and takes about an hour to complete, hour and a half with a lunch stop. Really beautiful small waterfalls along the way at the beginning. Then just Forrest walking. I'd recommend this for people with kids and those in search of a nature walk but for anyone wanting a hike, this isn't it.
Easy walk through beautiful wildflowers and well worn pathways. Great place to bring the dog.
VERY easy hike, recommend for people wanting to escape the city and are inexperienced with hiking