Walking Trails Near Canmore, AB
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Walking Trails Near Canmore, AB

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Canmore has 17 walking trails. These trails range from 0.8 to 4.7 miles in length. The most popular trails are Flowing Water, Grassi Lakes and No. 2 Mine Site. Trails.com member Nicole C. recently completed Moraine. See all Canmore trails.
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A moderately strenuous walk (height gain 300 m) to two exquisite blue lakes. Interpretive ...
A very easy walk along the Sibbald Forestry Exhibit Trail to a viewpoint overlooking Sibbald ...
A moderate walk through typical foothills countryside of aspen woods and meadows to a ...
A short rather strenuous walk which leaves Sibbald Lake Campground and climbs onto a spur ...
A relatively long hike to a meadow, site of the coal mining town of Georgetown. Expect ...
An easy walk alongside the Bow River and lower Canmore Creek to the site of No. 2 Coal ...
Sandwiched between two flat sections along the banks of the Bow River is a fairly stiff ...
A relatively strenuous hike which takes you first to the site of No. 1 Coal Mine, then ...
This easy loop follows creeks and ponds where you're sure to see lots of waterfowl, to ...
A slightly more strenuous trip than Pine Woods with some short steep hills in both directions. ...
An easy walk with one long uphill which takes you through aspen forest and meadows to ...
Another walk with two distinct sections: a flat forest stroll alongside Jumpingpound ...
This all-season loop has two distinct sections. An easy riverside walk alongside Jumpingpound ...
Most of the route winds along the top of a moraine offering grand views in all directions. ...
An easy stroll through flower meadows and forest of all kinds with much opportunity for ...
An easy loop with one short uphill. This trail has everything - calcareous river flats, ...
This is an easy walk with interpretive signs starting behind the Visitor Centre. It takes ...
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