Explore the best wheelchair friendly trails in Alberta with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Easy trail with beautiful view, perfect for leisure and family with kids or seniors :) the trail entry was little tricky, its besides the show area with the hiking & wheelchair sign, not the bicycle sign one.

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A great area to bird watch! Among the numerous geese and their cute yellow goslings there are also mallard ducks, grebes, a couple of terns, comorants, red wing blackbirds, and during the summer a pelican. This walk took me approx. 40 min stopping to watch some of the birds and taking in the view of the lake.

Its my daily walk route. Its beautiful and has shades.

Nice and easy walk.
Thanks David and Julie for showing us this one

1 month ago

nice hike but confusing because we couldn't see signs to find trails that weren't paved. beautiful view at the store!

Great set of trails 15 mins west of the city. Best in spring or fall or early morning or evening in the summer. Our fave place for an evening hike for those looong days of summer. Little shade during hot summer days, and NO water sources. Always something different each season. Still a working ranch so some trails may be closed on different days.