Trail of Seven Bridges
The Trail of Seven Bridges is more popular with OHV users as it is a multi-use trail. You will run into cyclists, dirtbikes, and quads on this trail. It follows an OHV route through the forest crossing several streams. Views open up as you gain elevation to the viewpoint at the end where you turn around. This is quite a long hike that despite the lack of visitors may be noisy with motorized vehicles.
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Route Description for Trail of Seven Bridges
Despite its name, many of the bridges on this trail have long disappeared. The trail is a multi-use route that follows an OHV trail up to a viewpoint and back. The scenery is great in the clearings, however you will encounter mountain bikes and motorized vehicles throughout your journey. This full day effort is the type of hike that is perfect for people who prefer a steady grade, no technical terrain, and an easy to follow trail. You will gain elevation steadily at gradual grade along this route. Enjoy the views of nearby Andy Good Peak and Mount Ptolemy before returning the way you came.
Getting to the Trail of Seven Bridges Trailhead
To reach the Trail of Seven Bridges hike from Crowsnest, Alberta, travel eastbound on Highway 3 and take your first right after passing the Welcome To Alberta sign. Stay on this road for 3.0 km and turn left into a pullout for the Trail of Seven Bridges. You will be opposite Island Ridge.
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