Plan your next adventure: Download Alberta’s Public Land Trail Guide.

Overview

Use the maps below to help you plan an outdoor adventure on public land or explore new areas in the province.

  • PDF maps can be downloaded to your mobile device or printed for offline use.
  • Georeferenced maps can be used offline on your mobile device using the Avenza mobile app. Download maps before you head out.
Designated Trails and PLUZLocationPDF MapGeoreferenced Map
Athabasca Ranch, Brule Lake and Coal Branch PLUZEast of Jasper National Park, West of Edmonton Map
Hinton Mountain Bike TrailsTrails Managed by Hinton Mountain Bike Association, West of Edmonton Map
Holmes CrossingNorthwest of EdmontonMap 
Whitecourt SandhillsNorthwest of EdmontonMap 

Bighorn Backcountry PLUZs:

East of Jasper and Banff National Parks, West of Red DeerMapMap
Baseline Mountain Bike TrailsEast of Banff National Park, West of Rocky Mountain House Map
GhostEast of Banff National Park, West of Calgary Map

Kananaskis PLUZs:

East of Banff National Park, West of CalgaryAccess - Map 
Sibbald Snow VehicleEast of Banff National Park, West of Calgary Map
McLean Creek
Off-Highway Vehicle
East of Banff National Park, West of Calgary Map
Cataract Creek
Snow Vehicle
Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains, Southwest of CalgaryMap 
Bragg Creek TrailsTrails managed by Bragg Creek Trails, West of Calgary Map
Moose Mountain TrailsTrails Managed by Moose Mountain Bike Trail Society, West of CalgaryMap 
Porcupine HillsEastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains, West of Lethbridge Map
LivingstoneEastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains, West of Lethbridge Map
Great Divide TrailThe continental divide of the Rocky Mountains between Alberta and British Columbia, from Waterton Lakes National Park to Jasper National Park Map
Provincial TrailsDesignated provincial trails on public land (within and outside of PLUZs)Map 

Crown land maps

  • Download Alberta’s Public Land Trail Guide to explore recreation opportunities on designated public land trails across the province.
  • Explore Alberta’s Interactive Recreation Map to find general information about Crown land sites across the province, and recreation pass boundaries.
  • Learn more about agricultural public land and the process for requesting access to an agricultural lease on public land for recreation.
  • Explore Alberta Parks’ 474 sites in provincial parks and protected areas across the province. 

Related

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Contact

Connect with us:

Hours: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (open Monday to Friday, closed statutory holidays)
Phone: 310-LAND (5263) (in Alberta)
Toll free: 1-833-310-5689 (outside of Alberta)
Email: [email protected]