Explore the best dog 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.

Nice hike, lots of shade on a hot day. Took about 2 hrs with small kids.

Great hike, mud and ice second half of trees
PSA Lock cars, visible attempts at breakins to all surrounding vehicles

mountain biking
2 days ago

on Crandell Lake Trail

3 days ago

Not much to see at the end of the trail. Disappointing trail.

Did it on May 22nd.
Nice trail, took me 2hrs to top and return with a moderate pace, starts with a easy flat walk on a gravel road for 20mins approximately, then diverts to a footpath incline all the way to the top.
View at the top is beautiful.

This trail was a bit difficult and definitely not for beginners. It was really wet and muddy in a lot of places so make sure to wear shoes you're not worried about getting dirty. That said the views were beautiful and definitely worth the trek! Saw some bison about halfway through and a beaver in the last little lake you pass.

Nice trail, particularly the parts down by the water.

6 days ago

Unless you're going camping in the campground or fishing, no reason to do this trail. It's short not challenging with not much to see.

Really relaxing easy walk, beautiful surroundings.