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flat terrain from Burstall Pass Day Use Area; 30 m of elevation gain.

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To report a sighting of a bear or cougar, please call Kananaskis Dispatch at 403-591-7755

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2.4 km with 68 m elevation gain in the final one km.

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Wildlife Sightings

Travel beyond designated areas is not recommended because of avalanche danger and the possibility of getting lost.

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Cross-country Ski Trail Legend

If you require Fire, Ambulance, Police or Mountain Rescue assistance, immediately call 9-1-1. Tell the operator you have an emergency in Kananaskis Country.

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Snowshoe Trails

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2018 Kananaskis Winter Trail Maps  

Popular Snowshoeing Trails and Cross Country Ski Trails in Kananaskis

2018 Kananaskis Winter Trail Maps  

Popular Snowshoeing Trails and Cross Country Ski Trails in Kananaskis