Troll Falls is a 2.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kananaskis Village, Alberta, Canada that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and snowshoeing and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
From HWY 1 at HWY 40, go left and head south on HWY 40. Proceed for 25 km on the 40 and turn right at the Kananaskis Village Turnoff. Drive straight and take the first right turnoff which is a gravel road to the Stoney Trail Day Use Area.
Nice and easy. Icey during winter.
This was a great little hike to complete on a Sunday afternoon before heading back to the city. Very easy stroll to the falls. We snowshoed it with two dogs and everyone had a great time!
pretty. easy hike.
Quick easy hike, good for all ages and capabilities. More of a walk through the woods than a true hike, but enjoyable none the less.
Such a great hike! I highly suggest having some cleates/spikes for your boots if you plan to go to the upper falls! Amazing views!
Good little hike for a short outing, easy maintained trails but if you want to hike on more difficult trails they can be found there too, easy to find, and overall a decent outing.
Great little hike, and the Falls are beautiful! There was a "Hidden Troll Stroll" game with multiple troll dolls hidden along the trail.
Snowshoes no - Yak Trax is all you'll need.
We were going to snowshoe but there was barely any snow so we walked in. Nothing special but the frozen tongue of the falls was a mice pay off. Snowshoes are not needed unless you are exploring more.
Was my first time going to Troll Falls and it was very beautiful! It was a nice relaxing/easy hike to the fall. It was frozen but you could still see the water underneath still running!!
We've been out to the falls several times this year, including last weekend. It's a great long walk/short hike, suitable for kids. Now completely frozen, the falls a always a beautiful site. But watch your step around the falls as it is quite slippery.