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muddy
3 hours ago

Wasn’t easy to find as there are no signs or trail markers. We.turned into the road and parked and walked 1/2 km. When you get to the bridge or wooden planks over the water, go right.m and follow the water. To get a picture you have to go up and down the hillside. Little falls.

Our favourite trail, great for taking our dog and baby in stroller.

hiking
3 hours ago

It is not a 7.2 km trek! If you drive the Basin Road a couple of Kim’s, you will see a sign to the left on a tree St.Paddys Falls with ribbons and it is 1/2 km trek in.

Can’t access this trail. There’s a closed gate that restricts access.

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bugs
3 hours ago

Used to live in the area :), been to Skyline Park many times, it is an awesome look over Haliburton, trail is easy to follow, not strenuous, nice trail for family, dogs, biking. Would recommend this trail to anyone.

hiking
3 hours ago

Really beautiful trail, pretty easy. There was a family of bears in there yesterday though.

Lovely trail! Starts up a rocky riverbed, keep left. Keep an eye out for the rock arrows along the riverbed and the cairn indicating where to turn left into the forest- it’s before the end of the creek bed and then it’s easy to follow all the way up from there. Starts out with a pleasant ascent through the woods, pretty intense incline off the bat but you’ve got some nice emerging views to keep your will to live going. There are a couple false summits that require a more hands-on approach. Once you have the actual summit in your sights, it’s a bit of a rocky, loose slog to the top. Poles were hugely helpful at this point. The views across the ridge and back towards Kananaskis Village are fantastic and well worth the death of your quads! Took us about 4 hours including lunch at the top and my watch said it was closer to 7km round trip. Please do check yourself and your pets for ticks after- we almost had a nasty huge hitchhiker make it home with us.

Nice short hike. Easy with the dog. Beautiful waterfall at the end

Used to ALWAYS see baby turtles, frogs, and snakes all over the trail. Now the swamp seems to be all dried mostly. Less wildlife. Except on the one side a grey heron returns every year! Anyways, super easy well maintained trail for walking running and biking!

Scouts is nice. But starting to be overcrowded and trails getting confusing!

hiking
3 hours ago

Great walking/running/rollerblading trail especially for seniors/family. Always turtles in the one swamp are! Well maintained!

Very fun short hike. Not the hardest hike. I recommend for all types of hikers.

Run on this trail daily, it’s a great well maintained trail for walks with the family, or running. Fantastic mountain biking off to the side with hills and obstacles!

The views from the tea house are amazing. I’m not sure if camping is allowed on the tea house but sleeping up there is amazing!

Great hike for beginners. Love doing it for a short fun hike!

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4 hours ago

Sunny. August, 2009.

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4 hours ago

Sunny. August, 2009.

Tons of wildlife! Great trails!

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4 hours ago

Cloudy. July, 2019.

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4 hours ago

Sunny. July, 2018.

Great trails! Last hike I seen: 2 Barrón Owls, 1 Deer, SO MANY FROGS, and a Muskrat!

hiking
4 hours ago

Mellow early season hike. 15.3km, 609m elevation gain, and moving time of 3hr 49 min. We drove past a sign as we passed through Bragg Creek that said "Moose Mountain Trail Closed" but decided to drive to the trailhead to check it out. No indication that the trail is closed and the Alberta Parks website also indicates that the trail is currently open. Dry trail for the majority of the hike. Some small patches of snow but nothing that isn't manageable in regular hiking boots. Little picnic table at the top is a cute touch.

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4 hours ago

Cloudy. July, 2019.

hiking
4 hours ago

Beginning of trail is not well maintained, be prepared to go off trail to avoid trees, etc. After first bit the trail was great, awesome views up top. We had to park on coal creek road, which added another 8km to our hike. Just wondering if there is another parking spot? All the roads to the trailhead are closed to the public.

Cloudy. August, 2018.

I really enjoyed this trail. I didn’t know what to expect when I arrived, but was pleasantly surprised. Most of the trail is along the waterfront with views of the lake, and the other parts were below the tree line and had a short but steady uphill before bringing us back around to the lake. It was extremely buggy and a hot day, but it wasn’t crowded and we were able to jump in the water at the end.

Sunny. June, 2014.

I didn’t feel there was a trail. You just kind of walk along and hope you are going somewhere lol. Definitely worth checking out at night!

hiking
4 hours ago

Sunny. August, 2011.

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