Explore the most popular Mountain Biking 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.

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snow
1 day ago

first time doing this hike in the winter, we hiked to the second set of falls. brought spikes but they were not needed. weather was beautiful and there was still quite a bit of snow, however the trail was packed down up to the first set of falls. going to the second set, there was a bit more snow and my feet were wet by the end!
very good hike for beginners or people who just want to go for a nice nature walk in some of the most beautiful scenery in Alberta.

hiking
snow
1 day ago

first time doing this hike in the winter, we hiked to the second set of falls. brought spikes but they were not needed. weather was beautiful and there was still quite a bit of snow, however the trail was packed down up to the first set of falls. going to the second set, there was a bit more snow and my feet were wet by the end!
very good hike for beginners or people who just want to go for a nice nature walk in some of the most beautiful scenery in Alberta.

hiking
snow
1 day ago

first time doing this hike in the winter, we hiked to the second set of falls. brought spikes but they were not needed. weather was beautiful and there was still quite a bit of snow, however the trail was packed down up to the first set of falls. going to the second set, there was a bit more snow and my feet were wet by the end!
very good hike for beginners or people who just want to go for a nice nature walk in some of the most beautiful scenery in Alberta.

Beautiful hike. I went in mid March. Lots of snow still but was still able to get to the falls easily.

Beautiful moderate hike up Tunnel Mountain. Winter hiking requires hiking cleats/microspikes.

hiking
snow
2 days ago

Fun hike. Mostly in the trees, but some good views onto both sides of the pass once you reach the top. We hiked it on 15 Feb 19 and managed without snowshoes but wouldn't have regretted bringing them along.

hiking
2 days ago

Pretty easy hike with a couple hills. Nothing to special

Hiked March 16th: Great afternoon hike, kid friendly and dog friendly. The snow on the trail is a bit slick so bring traction cleats for sure! Nice views all the way up, and great views at the top!!

Always a great hike to take beginners on! Slow and steady incline with switchbacks the whole way up. Took us 3.75 hours with a beginner hiker but I’ve done it before in less than 2. Wide pathway, not great views however until you reach the summit. Bit of a steeper scramble for the last 15 ish minutes of the hike but well worth the views!

Hiked March 16: Easy popular 2 hr return trip. Definitely need Microspikes up and down!

Did the full loop yesterday. Amazing view as usual and a nice warmup for a friend that has never done it before. I had spikes and they helped; my friend did not have spikes and even wearing tactical boots he slipped here and there. Yes, snow on the trail. With the weather warming, it's gonna get saucy before it dries out.

Great hike for the first half. A bit of an incline at times. Couldn’t do the last half of the loop as some of our party didn’t have gaiters and the snow was a bit deep in places. Great view at the top well worth it!

hiking
snow
4 days ago

Loved it! I was hoping to see more Bison. They should change the name to wood bridge trail since I saw more of those than actual bison

hiking
4 days ago

Short out and back cross country ski at Bragg creek.

beautiful looking forward to running this once the ice clears

My favourite place in the city to walk my dog.

on Fenland Trail

hiking
snow
6 days ago

March 13, 2019 snowfall last night and for an easier hike. Icy underneath all the snow. Great hike

hiking
snow
7 days ago

cross country skiing
7 days ago

First hill fairly icy, making the up hard and the down especially tricky. Otherwise great trail, with beautiful views and pretty good conditions considering it hadn't been groomed in a week. Very peaceful.

hiking
8 days ago

easy hike with stunning views at the end

I have been enjoying this trail for years.

hiking
snow
9 days ago

We (group of 4 friends) did this hike on March/10th.
It is an easy-moderate more due to length of the whole loop than actually the steep of the route.
Very affordable and no need for spikes/crampons on your shoes, just good boots will do.
Moderately crowded during our climb, very sunny and lightly spaces, great to have a rest and drink some water.
Really worth the climb and the views from the top of Barrier Fire Lookout, what a great spot where you are surrounded by peaks and great views to all the valley and the lake.
Totally recommended, and if you are short of time just climb from the TrailHead to the Fire Lookout and back (9 kms, about 2 hours hike)

hiking
snow
10 days ago

Great Trail! Really snowy still would suggest snow shoes for the north half of the trail because it’s a lot less walked. We just walked down the road! Very nice views and a good forested walk! Would for sure go again!

hiking
snow
10 days ago

March 9, 2019
Trail was well packed and groomed, soft in a few areas due to warm temperature. Winds its way through the forest. Really nice hike for being close to Calgary. Will definitely do again in summer.

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snow
10 days ago

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snow
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