Trail to Troll Falls. Can be hiked, skied or snowshoed depending on conditions.
You Tube Video. Sliding down snow slope into lake near Fortress Mountain
Minister Ady’s response to a letter from Dave Wasserman concerning the inconsistency between Alberta’s Plan for Parks and the Praxis survey of park users regarding OHV use in Parks and Protected Areas.
Discussion on Odometer inaccuracy in Garmin handheld GPS receivers.
Two pictures shows the glacial recession of the Haig Glacier between 1982 and 1998.
A pleasant south-facing trail over some low hills above the Sheep River. Can be hiked year-round.
The Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation Parks Plan-2009 addresses Alberta Parks and Protected Areas in context of the Provincial Land-use Framework.
Hogarth Lakes is a pretty short loop of 4.25 km, so we decided to extend the trip by taking in French Creek waterfall as well, which made a total distance of 7.8 km. The French Creek option by itself is 4.3 km return. The trail up French Creek to the creek crossing was well packed [...]
Not a lot that is reportable: Fortress ski area is still in limbo. Lusk Pass backcountry campground has been removed owing to lack of use and vandalism. Of course, you can still random camp in the meadow. Welcome news! Starting next season, the gate at the entrance to Cataract Creek campground access road will remain [...]
An 8.3 km loop from Sawmill Parking on Smith Dorrien-Spray Highway that combines the official trail with a section of ski trail.
Discussion on use of Kananaskis Country trails by groups of 15 or more people.
Condition of Rawson Lake trail for Snowshoeing
Information on Bivy Bags (Bothy Bags)
Issue of non-commercial outdoor clubs taking large groups into Kananaskis Country.
Roadside Geology book covering main highways in the Canadian Rockies including Kananaskis Country.