Brown Lowery Provincial Park

EASY 13 reviews

Brown Lowery Provincial Park is a 4.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kew, Alberta, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from November until March. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

4.3 miles
925 feet

dog friendly



nature trips

trail running




wild flowers




historic site

8 hours ago

Really relaxing easy walk, beautiful surroundings.

1 day ago

We went in March. It was icy, but very easy and kids friendly hike.

2 days ago

9 days ago

Very easy and safe walk. Close to Calgary. If you dont know how to spend few free hours this place will do it.

21 days ago

Drying up quick. Great start to the season!

22 days ago

Sunday April 30th
This trail was a lovely walk. At this time one of year the ground had every condition - dry, boggy, snow and icy. We didn't need crampons, our waterproof walking boots were perfect for this trail.

Once on the trail we took the right turning to begin and I'm glad we did. Taking the trail this way meant the incline was a challenge but not too difficult. The lookout point is beautiful.

We got round the full trail in about 2 hours, seeing only 1 other person the entire time.

There are toilets in the car park but no rubbish bin!

29 days ago

Lots of mud/snow right now (April) but I really enjoyed the trail! Really accessible for newbies, the woods felt lovely, and the occasional view. All that, and it's just an added bonus it's a 5 minutes drive from my home!

1 month ago

April 19,2017. Trail is dry for the most part but there are quite a few mud, snow and ice patches. We could bypass most of it and my mom used her hiking poles. Crocuses are blooming at the lookout and all in all It was the perfect hike, with a dog within 30 minutes of the city. Can't wait to go back with our kids!

1 month ago

A nice and quiet park

2 months ago

Nice quiet forest walk

2 months ago

Nice little 7kms with some nice view points. Very icy, wear spikes until no snow, lots of shade and icy steep bits. Lots of variables for trail lengths and would be a good snow shoe with more snow.

2 months ago

Lovely quiet trail system

2 months ago