This page was generated at 1 minute ago. After that, forget it. We are monitoring our operations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and will adjust as needed. Thanks for the update David. Centered around the lifeline of the mesmerizing Sheep River, deep in the valley below. I am all for "lets go for it" but would like to start with some hint of potential success more than just hoping to see pigs fly! trail all the way to the headwaters of Montana Creek in 1984 with Big Red three wheelers. Alberta Parks Proposal to Remove Trailhead Parking Areas From the Parks System, The new best route to Aura Creek Sand dunes, Spray Lake Sawmills logging plans for K Country. If you are looking for a spot to eat/bbq I recommend going to the end of the road to the next day use area as it had more spots open. for a free forum account |  Upgrade to a Supporting Forum Membership |, http://www.alaskanalpineclub.org/WildRace.html. It is one of the very few private land holdings left in Kananaskis Country and should have been expropriated many years ago. Have a few friends that did some of it on sno go's, one of the guys has a cabin on rainbow lake. For a few years before the closure I was getting reports of unpleasant encounters at Dennings Cabin, the people staying there— often cited as friends of the Burns family— being unnecessarily rude and uncivil to hikers passing by on the trail. Sad to think that they couldn’t sign the guestbook or drop off a few cans of food. My understanding is that the land owner is not overly worried about people heading that way. Go check it out it's worth it! This is a very beautiful & easy hike that is dog friendly on a leash. Would you like that? Now of course, with the trail being in the state it’s in, nobody can get there. Unfortunately, the options are very limited. The picnic / Firepit area is accessible unfortunately with no views of the falls. Click here for instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Having said that, I was recently hiking through looking for the cabin and as it’s been 15 years since last there, I didn’t see it. You can walk along the river and it's a very easy stroll. Firstly, as it is private land, I know I have no right being there without permission. BedandBreakfast.com garantit que vous obteniez le meilleur prix pour votre séjour en chambre d'hôtes, lorsque vous réservez une chambre sur BedandBreakfast.com. I love it here. So fun for them to play in the water after ! I don't share your confidence that a trail (tho possibility/probably disguised and discontinuous) actually exists. Sad to report that a bunch of bush whacking is done to get thru so make sure you have a long sleeved shirt with you!! Purchase and Download for $19.99 at the following links: Apple Devices. for a free forum account |  Upgrade to a Supporting Forum Membership |, http://www.dnr.state.ak.us/mlw//trai...LE_NUMBER=1694, http://www.talkeetnahistoricalsociety.org/museum.php. Any updates on this trail and if the ban on going through the private land will be lifted anytime soon? The LinkedIn profile of the Burnscos’ Director and Corporate Secretary, Calgary lawyer Dean Burns, makes it clear that one of their goals is the “development and/or exploitation of the Burncos’ lands”. forums are viewable by anyone, and may be read by clicking the forum headings Think before you complain. the same username and password for all areas. This section is … Sheep River Provincial Park offers vehicle-access campgrounds as well as campgrounds designed for visitors with horses. I recommend looking through the Alberta backroads mapbook to find which streams you can access, and then looking on google earth to get a feel for the stream and the terrain. Supersite offers several membership levels. Any shared personal insight of prior experience would be appreciated. I wonder if there is any agreement with Burns Resources for motorized access to their land from Bluerock. Bighorn Sheep, white water and magnificent foothills characterize this area of Kananaskis Country. Looked at the remaining trail from the air. I will try to circle back here shortly (I am away from my usual computer) with some images, and the FOIP request! Is it possible that this trail could be a foot trail and not an atv trail? The main public road access is via SR 546 and the Sheep River Road west of Turner Valley (see Map 1).