COVID-19 response: Recreation relaunch - Phase 2
The second phase of Alberta's recreation facility relaunch is underway. Current COVID-19 safety guidelines remain in place.
For full details, visit the Alberta Parks website at: Alberta Environment and Parks Response to COVID-19
For more information about Alberta’s COVID-19 response, visit COVID-19 info for Albertans.
For more information on the rules and what you need to know before you head out to recreate on public land, download a copy of the new Alberta’s Guide to Outdoor Recreation on Provincial Crown Land.
Temporary public land recreation area closures
Waskahigan Public Land Recreation Area access and trail
Effective September 17, 2020 until further notice there is a temporary closure of the Waskahigan public land recreation area access and trail located off Highway 63 near the House River (15-34-77-15-W4M) due to facilities repair and materials disposal.
Temporary trail closures
Kananaskis Public Land Use Zone (Moose Mountain)
Effective October 8, 2020, a Temporary Trail Closure has been issued in the Kananaskis Public Land Use Zone, for “Trail With The Sweet Jumps- Upper and Lower Sections”. The trail is temporarily closed to complete construction and maintenance work.
Pursuant to Section 184 (1) of the Public Lands Administration Regulation AR 187/2011, public access to “Trail With The Sweet Jumps- Upper and Lower Sections” is not permitted. For additional details, see the attached map.
Livingston Public Land Use Zone - Isolation Creek Trail
Effective August 10 to 31, 2020 sections of Isolation Creek Trail are temporarily closed for trail improvement construction. The trail closure is between trail markers 315 to 318.
- Map – Temporary Area Closure: Isolation Creek Trail (PDF, 2.7 MB)
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