Pine Woods Loop
Hiking the Pine Woods Interpretive Loop Trail doesn’t take long, but is an excellent way to find solitude in the woods. The less frequented area along AB-68 is free from the crowds that Highway 40 sees. Take the family on an educational outing along this easy forested trail.
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Route Description for Pine Woods Loop
From the Pine Woods Loop trailhead, find the trail sign at the end of the parking lot and begin your hike. This is an easy-to-follow trail through the woods that intersects with other multi-use trails. You won’t have any trouble following your route due to the well-signed junctions. Watch for interpretive signs along the way to make this an educational excursion. The trail makes a lollipop along the Tom Snow route before heading back to the trailhead.
Getting to the Pine Woods Loop Trailhead
From the Junction with the Trans Canada Highway, travel 7.5 km along Highway 40 before turning left onto AB-68 towards Sibbald Creek. Follow Highway 68 for 18.0 km and turn right. In 2.0 km, you will come to the Pine Woods trailhead.
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