Bragg Creek Trails
West Bragg Creek is a day use area in Kananaskis Country, a 45 min drive southwest of Calgary, Alberta and ~10 km west of the charming hamlet of Bragg Creek. Here BCT builds and maintains some 166 km of multi-use trails in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The terrain is mostly gentle and rolling and the forest is a mix of aspen and evergreens which has been logged in places, opening up many lovely vistas. Creeks, springs and wetlands add variety to the landscape.
There is a small Trails Centre, plenty of parking and washrooms.
West Bragg is very popular with Calgarians. Plan to arrive early on weekends to get a parking space and please adhere to speed limits as the WBC road winds through residential areas. The network caters to skiers, mountain/fat bikers, snowshoers, walkers, trail runners and equestrians. This place gets busy!
Riding with us means a genuine real-life adventure, breathtaking scenery, camaraderie of the trail, excellent camp-fire cooked food and the opportunity to learn as much as you can about horses, riding and living with nature.
To guide you on this adventure, We have a knowledgeable and enthusiastic team that delights in sharing their passion for horsemanship, nature and history with you.
Elbow Falls Provincial
Elbow Falls is a small set of waterfalls along the Elbow River, west of the hamlet of Bragg Creek within Kananaskis Improvement District, Alberta. They are located along Highway 66, 20 km (12 mi) west of the Bragg Creek turnoff on Highway 22.
In the dry season, the falls reach a height of six metres (20 ft), while in June, during high discharges, the river fills up and the waterfall is only three metres (9.8 ft) high.
Millarville Farmers Market
Millarville Racing and Agricultural Society provides authentic family experiences and exceptional facilities which celebrate our agricultural heritage, inspiring a sense of belonging for the community.
The Farmers Market is Saturdays only from mid-June to mid-October.
The Active Learning Park at Granary Road is a family destination like none other in Canada. 3 Kilometers of winding trails connect 36 acres of active learning fun and 11 exhibits that teach kids about animals, insects and agriculture while they’re having fun!
Designed to thrill the imaginations of toddlers to teens the park features a giant spider web climber, in-ground lily pad trampolines, a huge 4-story ant farm, a gigantic fruit tree with the world’s largest corkscrew apple slide, a blind-as-a-bat maze, zip-lines and a working farm/petting zoo featuring our famous goat stampede, the new Golden Goat Bridge and our adorable alpaca!
Visitors will get an up-close look at your product offering as they weave through the market to buy tickets for the park and will see multiple vendor advertisements throughout the park and in the gift store.
This is going to be fun!