South Kananaskis Pass To North Kananaskis Pass

Turner Valley, Alberta

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On the B.C. side it's possible to traverse from one Kananaskis Pass to the other without dropping all the way to the Palliser River. Except for one section, the old Indian trails are in fairly good shape. Nevertheless, this is still a strenuous trip, in parts rocky, bushy and steep, with a humongous height gain coming at the end of the day.

South Kananaskis Pass To North Kananaskis Pass Professional Review and Guide

"On the B.C. side it's possible to traverse from one Kananaskis Pass to the other without dropping all the way to the Palliser River. Except for one section, the old Indian trails are in fairly good shape. Nevertheless, this is still a strenuous trip, in parts rocky, bushy and steep, with a humongous height gain coming at the end of the day."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Turner Valley
Distance: 6.5
Elevation Gain: 2,420 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: Backpack
Local Maps: 82 J/11 Kananaskis Lakes
Driving Directions: Directions to South Kananaskis Pass To North Kananaskis Pass

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May 2018