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.
Just took my two dogs with my sister, awesome trail, lots of up and down. Took us about 2 hours to do the longer trail and loop around. Great little hike if you don't have the whole day to be out! Went on a whim and did not wear the proper attire but there is a paved path as well as the trail.
Chris Z. on Strathcona Science Park Trail
Happy with the trail and terrain; there's enough variation with hills and flatter areas for a good workout! Did this trail in hiking boots and didn't have any problem, even in deep snow, although I would recommend snowshoes for sure when it's that deep. Definitely going to do this again!
Completed north side of trail that went from parking lot to the bridge and across. Dog friendly, as I travel with my pet kid. Trail had some snow which was icy and then large areas of water making it difficult to get around. Still enjoyed walk and look forward to walking it again when snow fully melted.