#exploresundre Hike, Bike and Ski Trails


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Get Outside This Season!

If you love Bragg Creek and Canmore for their trails and outdoor activities, you'll be delighted by Sundre's abundance of recreational activities too. Check out our trails and pathways map for all the best trails.

Remember you can also access our digital interactive trails map by downloading the Town of Sundre mobile app on iTunes or Android.


Town of Sundre

Sundre's Snake Hill Recreation Area and RiversideTrails
Boasting more than 17 kms of groomed nature trails that are great for hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing. It's a great place to stretch your legs when visiting our community. Located in the north end of Sundre. View trails map 

Ya-Ha Tinda Ranch

About 1 hour west of Sundre along gravel roads (down the Coal Camp road and Forestry Trunk Road), located in our trade area and countryside is the jewel of our territory called Ya Ha Tinda.
Hidden Falls Hike - 15 km round-trip
Bighorn Falls and Lower Bighorn Falls Loop - 7.4 kms
Evangeline Peak - 8.2 kms
Kublai Peak - 21.4 kms  

Ice Climbing

If you're into Ice Climbing - here's a great blog article on how to Ice Climb the gorgeous Big Horn Falls. 

Between Sundre and Ya Ha Tinda

Located south of Sundre. Follow Highway 27, which turns into Hwy 584 to the Coal Camp Road. The Blue Hill trailhead is located east of the Forestry Trunk Road. Blue Hill presents a one of a kind view from a lookout tower located 1,846 meters above sea level.
Eagle Lake Hike - 9km round-trip.
Eagle Mountain Hike - 12.4km round-trip.
Maze Peak - 6km round-trip.
Blue Hill Lookout - 15.3 kms round-trip 

Other Trails and Mountains Further West of Sundre

Explore the beautiful foothills and mountains west of Sundre. The pristine wilderness, without the crowds of Banff, really provides the perfect opportunity to feel what it is to be human.
Burnt Timber Lookout and Zombie Loop - 14.3 kms
Limestone Mountain and Fire Lookout - 12.2 kms