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Kananaskis Conservation Pass required
A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to access Kananaskis Country and the Bow Valley Corridor with your vehicle. For more information, see:
For advisories and closures for this and other areas, visit:
Maps of this area
Area and trail information
Under the backcountry trail rehabilitation program, trails in the area may be temporarily closed due to construction. Please be aware of construction projects on trails and avoid temporary closure areas.
View information for Provincial Park Recreation Areas and other information on the region:
- Random, no-service camping is permitted.
- Campsites and fires must be a least one kilometre (0.6 miles) from a Provincial Recreation Area, Provincial Park or a roadway.
- Review the regulations and best practices for camping on public land.
- Off-highway vehicles (OHV) are not permitted.
- Vehicles are not permitted to leave roadways.
- Snowmobiles permitted only on designated trails. For further information see: Know Before You Go: Snowmobiles.
- Hiking permitted.
- Equestrian permitted.
- Cross-country skiing permitted.
- Review the regulations and best practices for non-motorized recreation on public land.
- Alberta hunting regulations apply. For details on hunting regulations, visit the My Wild Alberta website at: Hunting: Regulations
- Hunting is not permitted in Provincial Recreation Areas (PRAs).
- Alberta fishing regulations apply.
- For details on fishing regulations, visit the My Wild Alberta website at: Fishing: Regulations
About this area/PLUZ
This area was established in October, 1979 to provide snowmobiling opportunities in the Cataract Creek area.
This area is 503 square kilometres (194.2 square miles).
Legislation, management and planning relevant to area
- Familiarize yourself with current legislation and regulations by visiting Public land enforcement.
- South Saskatchewan Regional Planning Process
Stewardship, monitoring and biodiversity initiatives
- Check out the Outdoor Recreation Channel for current information on stewardship projects and citizen science opportunities.
Connect with Alberta Environment and Parks:
Call 310-LAND anytime to report illegal activity, public safety issues, and enforcement concerns on Crown land (public land, provincial parks and protected areas).
11901 19 Avenue
Blairmore, Alberta T0K 0E0
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