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.
Trail to Troll Falls. Can be hiked, skied or snowshoed depending on conditions.