For advisories and closures for this and other areas, visit:

Maps of this area

A map for the Panther Corners Public Land Use Zone (PLUZ) can be found at: Bighorn Backcountry: Panther Corners PLUZ.

Additional maps for the Bighorn Backcountry and the Panther Corners PLUZ, including a digital mapping option for the entire Bighorn Backcountry PLUZ can be found at: Bighorn Backcountry - Overview.

Area and trail information

View activity and trail information for the area:

Activities

Camping

  • Random, no-service, camping is permitted. Campsites must be 100 metres from a lakeshore and no permanent camp structures are allowed.
  • Campsites and fires must be one kilometre (0.6 miles) from a Recreation Area, Provincial Park or a roadway. For further information see: Recreation on public land - Overview.
  • Nearby, partly serviced camping is available at: Alberta Parks.
  • Helicopters are not permitted to land on a lake or within 200 metres (219 yards) of the lakeshore.

Motorized

Prohibited Motocross Prohibited ATV Prohibited Side By Side Prohibited OHV Prohibited Skidoo

Off-highway vehicles (OHV) are not permitted.

For relevant clubs, trails and other information see: Alberta TrailNet and Alberta Off Highway Vehicle Association.

Snow vehicles not permitted. Snow vehicles opportunities are provided in:

For further information see: Know Before You Go: Snowmobiles.

Non-motorized

Hiking Horsebackriding Cross Country Skiing

Hiking permitted.

Equestrian permitted; trails available. Horse grazing or tethering must be at least 100 metres (109.4 yards) of a lakeshore. Equestrian users may be required to provide their own feed.

Cross-country skiing permitted.

For further information see: Recreation on public land - Overview.

For relevant clubs, trails and other information see, Alberta Cross-Country Skiing and Alberta Equestrian Federation.

Hunting

Hunting

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).

Fishing

Fishing

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 created in January, 1985 to provide a year-round network of trails for non-motorized and equestrian use.

This area is 194 square kilometres (41.7 square miles).

Legislation, management, and planning relevant to area

Stewardship, monitoring, and biodiversity initiatives

Contact

To connect with Alberta Environment and Parks:

Hours: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (open Monday to Friday, closed statutory holidays)
Phone: 310-3773 (toll free)