Explore the most popular mountain biking trails near Bragg Creek with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great trails for ohv’s. Steep stuff if you look for it and mud deep enough to burn your winch out of you don’t attack it properly :)

We got a bit lost but there is a nice variety of forest and views of the river from high up. Could hear cows along the way too!

The majority of the trail is a gravel road to the natural gas plants on moose mountain, which isn’t the greatest for mountain scenery. Once you come to the end of the road, the trail up to the caves starts of well marked but sort of disappears and it becomes a bit of a scramble on loose scree up to the caves.

The caves themselves were pretty cool and very accessible. We didn’t go to the end to see the ice (we chickened out) but the cave was nice and tall and never felt claustrophobic. Bring a headlight and warm clothes as it is noticeably colder in the caves than outside.

If I were to do this trail again I would bike to the cave trailhead and would not recommend bringing your dog for this one.

hiking
1 month ago

Great views. Well maintained trail. NOT difficult - I would rate this as EASY. It's a walk, really.

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike
I think it’s easier if you start to the left at the trail head, steeper climb but easier than walking down it!

on Telephone Trail

horseback riding
1 month ago

By horseback this is a great trail, lots of changes in terrain and amazing views. We came across a few bikes, but it's a longer trip so often we're alone on the trails.

Great hike through mostly trees and a great creek. All signage good even if one for Praire Link was written with a marker.
I was hoping for a link to Prairie Mountain but didn't see one. Guess I'll have to go back to get Prairie ⛰ done.

Great hike for our 8 and 12 year old! Didn’t enjoy walking the service road to get to trailhead but found a path that meandered through trees on the way back.

great hike. turned around at moose mountain road.

Great leisurely trail. Beautiful river views throughout, with pockets of peak views as well. We didn’t see anyone until we were headed off the trail, around noon. I could see weekends being a lot more busier.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice quick hike. We went counter clockwise as per a recommendation. A few hills towards the end but nothing difficult. We completed the loop with 2 adults, 2 kids and a dog in about 1:20.

Great i will do again with my friend. i saw lots of

love this trail easy for the kids and such nice views

Went during the week with my dog and it was a really great hike and not overly busy. Only saw bikers during the day and they were all very polite.
Dog was off leash for most of the walk which she really enjoyed.

This elevation gain is very gradual in both directions, made for an easy hike. tons of mountain bikers so you have to keep your ears open. There is some nice partial views but no real spot to sit and enjoy.

hiking
2 months ago

Decent hike, agree with another reviewer that there’s no real peak to climb too but a nice hike nonetheless. We did it with three kids (4,6,7) with minimal difficulty. Lots of mountain bikers. Trails are very well marked.

One of the most amazing views at the top but incredibly difficult definitely not for anyone who isn't an experienced hiker in great physical condition.

Great trail for some elevation and a good distance. No long range views (almost) but so much beauty to see.

We spent 5 hours there for that 13km trail. It was a great hiking with views, shades and creek. Highly recommend! Will come back again.

We went clockwise and had an amazing time. Total time was 3.5 hours. There were some funny moooing cows in 1 of the meadows that my daughter loved. Our 3 kids 9, 11, 12 got a little tired a the end but they also enjoyed it very much. Highly recommended, so many spectacular views throughout the hike.

on Strange Brew

hiking
2 months ago

I think this trail is great or meh depends on what you seek for. I love seeing flowers and nice views so it was not for me. There was no great scenic point, there was no “we arrived!!” achieved feeling. Trail is mostly shaded by trees and very nice clean paths,good signs and generally very pretty place but if you are looking for breathtaking moment like me, you can pass this trail. It is still great for hiking with dogs, trail run or mountain biking.

Love this trail for getting in some km’s. Like others have said the signage is bad. If you go clockwise always make sure you take a right when you get to the sign post where the sign is on the ground.
Lots of places to get some trail running in as well if you are into that. The top is scenic and somehow I always have a beer and some snacks in my pack to enjoy when you get there.

Decent trail but signage was very poor. Turned right at the fork where there was a blank/fallen sign. Thankfully it was the right way to go!

hiking
2 months ago

Some lovely areas. Enjoyable hike. No spectacular mountain views or anything but very pretty field like areas you hike through

hiking
2 months ago

Busy with mountain bikes but riders were very courteous. Lots of inclines with mostly downhill on the descent.

hiking
2 months ago

Really Nice! Not busy at all. Interesting to see so many cows but love it!

hiking
2 months ago

Easy- long(ish) but could be done by almost anyone. There’s minor elevation gain, some rolling hills, it’s a little boggy in areas (so make sure you have water resistant shoes)- but a pretty hike for all abilities.

hiking
2 months ago

Great hike- the first half is a climb, for sure, but once you reach the summit, it’s a nice rolling downhill. Did it with three teens, 3 dogs and some old men (haha- they’re only 50 but have bad knees) We all agreed we’d happily do it again.
Lots off mountain bikers- 99.3% of them were super polite.

Bring a bike for the first bit. Bring a flashlight for the cave. It doesn’t go very far in, just past where
you can see the entrance and it is worth making it to the end (that’s where the ice is).

Definitely better to bike the first 5km. Open, gravel trail. Lots of oil/gas stations in the way, which was a turn off. The cave itself is very neat, and bigger than we expected. We didn't go to the next Chambers as the pass is very narrow and we did not have any experience in exploring caves. Overall,it is an interesting hike for those who seek a different spot to explore (other than lakes, summits and waterfalls). Bring gear to explore the caves, including headlamps, extra clothes, cloves, helmets.

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