Akamina Pass and Kishinena Creek

Mountain View, Alberta

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This ride begins in Waterton Lakes National Park, climbs over Akamina Pass and descends along Akamina and Kishinena creeks to the Flathead Valley, just north of the international boundary. The ride finishes at a remote location and you must make prior arrangements for a pick-up. Formerly it was possible to cross into the U.S.A. and make a long loop with Logan Pass, but the customs post at Flathead is currently closed. The alpine and subalpine areas at the head of the valley form the Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park and Wall Lake is a popular day-cycling destination.

Akamina Pass and Kishinena Creek Professional Review and Guide

"This ride begins in Waterton Lakes National Park, climbs over Akamina Pass and descends along Akamina and Kishinena creeks to the Flathead Valley, just north of the international boundary.

The ride finishes at a remote location and you must make prior arrangements for a pick-up. Formerly it was possible to cross into the U.S.A. and make a long loop with Logan Pass, but the
customs post at Flathead is currently closed. The alpine and subalpine areas at the head of the valley form the Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park and Wall Lake is a popular day-cycling destination."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Mountain View
Distance: 66
Elevation Gain: 984 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Duration: 4-6 hours
Season: July to mid-October
Trailhead Elevation: 6,857 feet
Top Elevation: 6,857 feet
Local Contacts: Parks Canada Waterton Lakes National Park 403-859-5133
Local Maps: Sage Creek, Inverted Ridge
Driving Directions: Directions to Akamina Pass and Kishinena Creek

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May 2018