Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Bluerock Wildland Provincial Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

On a muddy day after a morning rain and a wet couple of days before, we hiked this trail starting at the Information Centre and went clockwise. It's a relatively easy trail with only one short steep uphill section and the rest just rolls along. I would rate this as easy instead of the intermediate ranking it currently has. My only complaint of the trail is that there isn't much of a viewpoint on any part of it. Muddy conditions prevented us from exploring any of the other trials in this network but we will be back during drier conditions. There was only one other hiking group on the trail so we pretty much had it all to ourselves!

hiking
7 days ago

Short, easy hike that features some not too steep incline and rewarding "summit" which sported a large swath of wildflowers and great view of the valley below and mountains in the distance. We only hiked about half the trail, definitely a great payoff for how short the hike is.

hiking
29 days ago

Would be a beautiful view in the fall with the aspens. Trail seemed to be built more for bikes and horses. Fairly muddy in areas, I would not advise going after rainy spell.

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail to do with kids. You could also just hike to the top of the hill (about 1.3km) just before the steep descent and head back a little early if need be. Nice mix of shade and sun.

It was a great hike for all ages. It was mostly dry already and the views are very good.

Very nice walk.
You will likely need to use the app to find the start of the trail.
Once you go through the gate, go left along the fence, and the trail presents itself.
It's a very nice walk with beautiful views, and it's pretty dry in the Spring while many trails are still riddled with ice, snow, and mud.
Two of the people in our party were wearing flip-flops and they made it through the hike just fine.

hiking
1 month ago

Great solid trail and some nice views.

Really enjoyed the trail, on a beautiful winter/spring day ☀. Probably could have used snowshoes, although not really required. Good amount of snow still covering all of the trail; but, we were able to avoid breaking through in the deep spots. Would probably be a very nice trail in the summer too.

snowshoeing
2 months ago

Great for early season hikes. Can be wet in some areas. 2018 winter was great for snowshoeing

snowshoeing
3 months ago

Awesome snowshoeing! Great views of the mountains and foothills!

I went snowshoeing here today with my son"s outdoor adventure class from his school. beautiful hike and sooooo much snow

Good hike, very well marked trail.

Today was a great day for a hike. Easy to moderate at best. Good hike for beginners.

great trail to get back into shape

hiking
8 months ago

A beautiful hike on a fall day.

hiking
9 months ago

We completed this loop this summer. If you start from South Gorge Creek to Indian Oils the trail will be much easier. We got turned a couple of times from Indian Oils to Gorge Creek trail. We did talk to a Park Ranger about the problem. She said she go out and mark the trail a bit better because this is a official trail in the area.

hiking
9 months ago

This was a great trail to get out and do a quick hike with some beautiful scenery. You need to cross the highway from where you park and go up a dirt trail you will come to the fence. You can open the gate up.

Awesome horseback riding trail!

hiking
Wednesday, June 21, 2017

FENCED OFF! NO TRAIL!

Thursday, June 01, 2017

love coming out here

hiking
Sunday, May 28, 2017

This hike was extremely muddy in most parts. It had quite a few people horseback riding, we were the only hikers. The scenery wasn't anything special. Once at the top it was cool to see, you could see Calgary off in the distance. It took us 2.5 hours to complete.

hiking
Sunday, May 28, 2017

Great hike, spectacular view about 2/5 through atop a grassy hill. Peters out at the end when you reach a fence overlooking a valley. Careful not to get lost in the cow trails after the big hill.

on High Noon Trail

hiking
Monday, May 22, 2017

Great for kids for sure. Dry, open trail. Nice view. Did it twice already.

Sunday, May 07, 2017

Even with the snow today it was a great hike with kids!

Thursday, July 14, 2016

It was about 7km, however there are different routes. Lovely gentle climb, just a generally nice hike without it being too taxing. Kids (5&7) loved the flowers. We didn't see any other hikers, only a few riders.

hiking
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

This trail is so pretty. Great views of the mountains in the heart of the foothills. The overview of this trail says its primarily used for walking but its not! Horses own these trails. If you visit Sandy McNabb you will see groups of people and their beautiful horses. Its an awesome trail and longer than 1.1 miles. I believe my garmin clocked 4.75 miles.

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