Hiking Trails

  1. Bow Valley Provincial Park Trails

    This small, often-overlooked park is a magical place of wildflowers, beaver ponds, birds and bubbling springs.

  2. Centennial Ridge - North Approach

    It is not surprising that the highest maintained trail in Canada rewards fit hikers with the best views of the area.

  3. Ghost Watershed Alliance Society & Ghost Hikers

    Join guided walks in the Watershed which are planned each year (spring, summer and fall).

  4. Ghost-Waiparous Trails Association

    The Ghost Waiparous recreation lease area and trail system, known as the Back 40, is provided for the enjoyment of all.

  5. Grotto Canyon

    This trail leads up a creek bed into a narrow canyon enclosed by imposing gray limestone walls.

  6. Heart Creek

    This popular trial winds its way up Heart Creek to a hidden waterfall.

  7. Trans Canada Trail - Bow Corridor Link Trail

    This section of the Trans Canada Trail was officially opened in 1997.

  8. Wind Ridge

    This trail leads to a long ridge in a secluded valley that offers some of the most spectacular views in the Canmore area.

Thanks to Gem Trek Publishing for these area trail descriptions. For details on Gem Trek and their maps, visit their website.