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Fantastic views all the way along the trail. Trail is paved and perfect for walking, biking, strollers, wheelchairs etc. You can take the path from near the park entrance, all the way down into the townsite.

Very nice, but get there early. The lot fills up quickly and the trail gets crowded

hiking
3 days ago

I went around a month ago and it was honestly such a good time! A little slippery because of the snow but it wasn’t hard to hike. Stunning views! Definitely worth it.

Great views up near Moose Mountain Road, and down through the Riverview Trail. Hiked this loop Nov 14/17 - snow was packed down enough on the trail that you don’t need spikes or snowshoes.

hiking
3 days ago

Nice trail, there was a few people doing the trail on a Monday. Snowshoers, cross country skiers, mountain biking and hikers.
There's snow but the trail it's easy to follow. We didn't use snowshoes or cleats, our hiking boots where enough for the this snowy trail.

One of my favorite trails near Calgary. Beautiful views, nice stops to have breaks. I would rate it as a moderate. Almost all trail it's easy, once you past the forest and enter to the praire, the uphill starts. After that gets kind of steep, but nothing crazy. It gets really windy on top.

More of a walk than a hike, but well worth it non the less. Bikes would be great for this as the trail is paved.

Difficult in spring time! Bring proper shoes, with cleats! Great views!

Long and tough, but very worth it!!