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Great views, and nice walk for those visiting in the town of Canmore. Great for Elderly couples. But the sound of nature mixed with the sound of nearby construction let's you know you're in a town. Buildings being built right next to it?? Just takes away from it. I wouldn't go out of my way JUST to check this out.

To much construction. Cool boardwalk but not for me.

It's a short beautiful paved trail. I was hoping it was single track. At the time it was under construction at one section.

walking
11 days ago

Did this with my daughters and our dog over the weekend. It was a nice walk with a few small elevation changes with most of the change as you leave / come back to the trail head / parking lot. Kid and dog friendly with nice views of the countryside and the mountains if on a clear day.

walking
12 days ago

A nice walking trail - the mosquitoes were pretty bad so I'd definitely bring bug spray. There was a grizzly in the area at the time we were just coming back and they were closing off the trail.
I like that it's a longer paved trail - my son who is in a wheelchair loved being included in one of our hikes and it was easy to push him - not much of an elevation gain.

hiking
13 days ago

Beautiful but hot and wide open.

hiking
20 days ago

Trails are nice but partly closed due to some cattle guy who drives down the path FAST with his caste trailer without any regard for bikers WTF?

walking
27 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

pretty basic fish creek area but right nearby theres a swimming hole with a rock that children can jump off of and a steep muddy hill that you can slide down. this is really kid friendly even though its a little boring.

walking
1 month ago

Great for walking with kids

on Glenbow Ranch Trails

1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Easy hike with 7 year old from Elkwood campground around various fens and Marl Lake. Lots of mosquitoes, wildflowers and a pair of loons.