Fullerton, Bobcat, Strange Brew and Boundary Ridge Loop

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Elbow Falls Provincial Recreation Area

Fullerton, Bobcat, Strange Brew and Boundary Ridge Loop is a 10.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Kananaskis Improvement, Alberta, Canada that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and backpacking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length10.9 miElevation gain1971 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashBackpackingHikingrunningForestViewsWildlifeSnow
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Lots of options to make your hike shorter or longer. Excellent signs at each junction.

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Ryan Anderson
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Ben Berg
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HikingGreat!IcyMuddySnow

We enjoyed this hike into this area on November 9. Fullerton Loop is a great hike on its own, but by continuing up the Bobcat Trail you reach the Ranger Summit / Strange Brew trail intersection and the highpoint / true summit of this area called Baruch's Corner. From the highpoint on Fullerton Loop, you really only gain an extra 100 m's elevation while ascending the Bobcat Trail, but the views at the top and along the way are well worth the effort. This is low-snow area, this route open to hikers year-round.

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Kenia Nunez-Weston
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Greg Thomas
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Lots of options to make your hike shorter or longer. Excellent signs at each junction. The steepest part comes near the beginning when energy is high. Most downslopes were gradual.

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Bob Hager
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Ioana Rosu
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Allan Cooper
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Katherine Carrier
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Tricia Chio
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Sisley Tolentino-Pineda
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Leon Yyc
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Caren Dymond
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