To quote Simon Cowell, “Words are unnecessary.”
The latest news from the K Country Trail Users Group meeting in May 2009: Snowshoe trails, trail maintenance and new trails in Sheep River area.
A short, steep and somewhat rough unofficial hike in the Ribbon Creek area for the adventurous waterfall lover at its best during snowmelt or after rain.
An easy, relatively flat 9.8 km loop hike around a timbered hill takes in Little Elbow Equestrian Trail, Glasgow Creek, South Glasgow Creek and Big Elbow Trail.
Logging has finished in the Lusk Creek area and the trails are open once more, but there are changes you should know about.
Dirt bike riders are lobbying very hard for a trail in the Ghost River valley even though it was agreed in the Ghost Access Management Plan that ATVs would be excluded from this area.
The Avalanche Impact Pool above Third Burstall Lake is an unusual and interesting landform and well worth visiting. The pool was formed by infrequent, large avalanches ejecting valley-bottom sediments to form a mound on the downhill side.
A video showing how fast the Kananaskis River rises when water is released from the dam upstream.
A spring hike on the Indian Graves Ridges at the southern edge of Kananaskis Country offers views towards Sentinel Peak and Mt. Burke.
Have you ever fired a Bear Banger? This post describes firing a banger and considers what to do in the case of a bear encounter.
A short walk to the Powerline Beaver Ponds south of Mount Lorette to watch the antics of the herons who nest there each year.
A delightful hiking trail along Carry Ridge in the Sheep River area of Kananaskis Country suitable for early-season hiking, but good all year.
An attempt to snowshoe to West Wind Pass from Spray Lake, Kananaskis Country
Alberta ignores a study it commissioned that indicates more OHV trails and facilities are very low on park users list of priorities.
Description of a hike or snowshoe up Evan Thomas Creek to two areas of frozen waterfalls used by ice climbers.