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    Tom Snow Trail

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    24.5 km
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    772 m
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    Directions to Trailhead

    The Tom Snow trail is a simple one. It follows mostly decommissioned fire roads between Elbow River and Sibbald Creek valley. It is a common route for horseback riders and mountain bikers, so be prepared for traffic while hiking this route.

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    Route Description for Tom Snow Trail

    From the Station Flats day-use area, find the Tom Snow trail via route signs. The Elbow Valley trail also leaves from this trailhead and heads westbound. You will be heading northbound from the trailhead. Follow the trail, paying attention to signs at every junction. There are many intersecting trails in this area that see a variety of users. This trail is mostly used by horseback riders and mountain bikers due to the wide trail and long distance. It is an out-and-back hike and you may choose your own distance. There aren’t any grand views here for the most part, but it is a manageable trail for intermediate hikers.

    Getting to the Tom Snow Trail Trailhead

    From Bragg Creek, take the AB-22 south and turn onto the AB-66 west. Follow this highway to the Station Flats day-use area.

    Route Information

    • When to do


    • Backcountry Campsites


    • Pets allowed

      Yes - On Leash

    • Family friendly


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    • Crowd Levels


    • Route Type

      Out and back

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