Diamond T Loop

EASY 53 reviews

Diamond T Loop is a 4.0 kilometer loop trail located near Bragg Creek, Alberta, Canada that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

4 km
149 m

dogs on leash

kid friendly


mountain biking

trail running




27 days ago

Super easy hike but not the best views. Good for a quick outing out of the city but would recommend a different hike if you’re going to the views or for a more challenging hike.

29 days ago

My all time favourite. Gets the heart going but easy to do in a short time. Good anytime of year. Shared with horses.

4 months ago

Good little trail. The difficulty of the hills was nice as it was relatively a short hike with the ease of going down after the three hills. We went right first. And glad we did as there was some snow and muddy areas. This would have made it difficult going down the steep hills had we gone left first. Went with two small-ish dogs. Saw some deer, thankfully my beagle didn’t notice :)

4 months ago

Not well marked at all and busy with mountain bikes. Nice forest scenery and easy walk for kids.

5 months ago

Not a well marked hike. Fairly easy as the elevation gain is spread out through several small inclines.

5 months ago

If you are looking for a quick and easy walk. This one is great.

5 months ago

perfect if you are looking for a quick hike close to the City. took us 1hr20min with our 3 month old in a carrier.

5 months ago

Great hike for my kids (11 and 8).

7 months ago

Nice trail. Very quiet in the late afternoon.

7 months ago

Great family hike even for little ones. Trail head is at Station Flats Day Use. Easy trails and some nice open meadows. Wet and muddy in places so wear good shoes. We had 7 kids of varying ages and a little one in a pack frame. And a large dog.Plenty of bikers but not a lot of hikers so enjoyed the relative solitude.

8 months ago

Walking in the woods. Very nice trail.

9 months ago

Not very scenic most of the trail has heavy forest on each side. Once you get past the initial hill at the beginning it's a pretty easy hike

9 months ago

Nice easy hike.

11 months ago

We followed the map and found this walk to be really nice. We started on the left side of this route as we wanted to get the hill out of the way. So glad we did! The walk was lovely, beautiful scenery. These is a lookout on this track too. Route was quiet, we didn't see a single person. Took us about 90mins to complete the Diamond T route.

Toilets at the start of the track (although they were frozen today, making it difficult for the ladies!)

The weather was -16 with no wind

No snowshoes needed

Sunday, October 09, 2016

Made for a nice, peaceful and short hike. We actually tried to do sulfur Springs but it was not very well marked and some of the maps were scratched out so we inadvertently ended up doing diamond t. Not much of a view but it was a pleasant hike nonetheless. We were the only ones on the trail and didn't pass anyone else the entire time so not likely a good one to do on your own.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Easy trail, barely any muddy sections. Not really any viewpoints but it was a really nice walk through the forest. Fair number of cyclists on the part of the trail near Ridgeback.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Nice hike, few people around. Did the hike in reverse so went left instead of right and you have the steepest part first upto the lookout then a casual trail walk back. over all about 1.5 hrs. Very nice area too.

Monday, August 01, 2016

Great hike, pretty easy, great scenery.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Was great for a beginner!

Monday, June 13, 2016

Nice trail walk, wouldn't really consider it a hike. There is one long and steep climb toward the end, as you come up to the lookout at he highest point.

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