Iron Springs Trail
The Iron Springs trail connects Highway 66 with Township Road 232. It is a great multi-use trail for intermediate hikers. The straightforward trail travels through the forest and features moderate rolling elevation.
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Route Description for Iron Springs Trail
The Iron Springs hiking trail leaves from the Fullerton Loop trailhead in Bragg creek. The trail follows the Elbow River before heading North towards the West Bragg Creek Recreation area. It features rolling elevation and is popular for mountain biking and cross-country skiing as well as hiking. If you would like to cut the distance in half, you can leave one vehicle at the West Bragg Creek Recreation Area.
Find other amazing hikes in Kananaskis Country
- Kananaskis - Smith Dorrien Trail: Chester Lake, Tent Ridge, Burstall Pass, West Wind Pass and Rummel Lake.
- Bragg Creek and Sheep River Provincial Park: Prairie Mountain, Powderface Ridge, Nihahi Ridge and ForgetMeNot Ridge.
- Kananaskis Trail: Troll Falls, Rawson Lake, Wasootch Ridge, Sarrail Ridge and Pocaterra Ridge.
Getting to the Iron Springs Trail Trailhead
From the Town of Bragg Creek, join the AB-22 South to get to the Iron Springs Trail. Turn right onto AB-66 W and follow this road for 10.0 km before turning into the Fullerton Loop Trailhead.
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