The Town of Sundre maintains approximately 25 kilometres of walking/biking/cross country skiing trails. Seventeen of these kilometres are located on Snake Hill, a natural landmark which is preserved for the continued enjoyment of residents and visitors. The trail ratings on the hill range from easy to challenging. Benches are provided for those who wish to rest awhile as they take in the panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Back to Nature
The other trails in Sundre running along the banks of the Bearberry Creek and the Red Deer River bring you right into the heart of nature. Be sure to bring your camera! You never know when you might encounter a shy deer or a young moose browsing in the willows.
There are also parks and picnic areas in several areas of town, with playgrounds for the children and lovely areas of relaxation for the young at heart.
Information about Sundre's trail system and parks is available via Sundre's Community Services department (403)-638-2042; from the Sundre Town Office (403)-638-3551; and at the Chamber's Visitor Information Centre on the east side of the Red Deer River Bridge.
View the Trails & Pathways Map here.