Ghost River To Waiparous Creek

Water Valley, Alberta

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The eclectic selection of trails connecting the two major river systems runs parallel to a tremendous line of cliffs, where the mountains of The Ghost end in abrupt and spectacular fashion. I always find the route enjoyable despite the noisy intrusion by trail bikers, who don't seem too fussy about sticking to official trails. While realizing I'm in an OHV area, I wish they wouldn't mess up the meadows before they've had time to dry out. Most times this trail is used to access the two fishing lakes or best of all, the fabulous Johnson Canyon (#9).
Kananaskis Country Trail Guide: Volume 1

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Kananaskis Country Trail Guide: Volume 1

by Gillean Daffern (Rocky Mountain Books)

The eclectic selection of trails connecting the two major river systems runs parallel to a tremendous line of cliffs, where the mountains of The Ghost end in abrupt and spectacular fashion. I always find the route enjoyable despite the noisy intrusion by trail bikers, who don't seem too fussy about sticking to official trails.

While realizing I'm in an OHV area, I wish they wouldn't mess up the meadows before they've had time to dry out. Most times this trail is used to access the two fishing lakes or best of all, the fabulous Johnson Canyon (#9).

©  Gillean Daffern/Rocky Mountain Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Water Valley
Distance: 9.3
Elevation Gain: 557 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: Half-day to Johnson Lakes, day hike, backpack
Local Maps: 82 O/6 Lake Minnewanka
Driving Directions: Directions to Ghost River To Waiparous Creek

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May 2018