About this Walk

Surrounded by fabulous views of the west skyline towards the mountains, learn about the sandstone mining, the Glenbow townsite, the school and many pioneer families. This unique provincial park offers opportunities to learn about significant natural features, endangered ecosystems and rare species, archaeological finds such as teepee rings, the historic Glenbow town-site and quarry, and the ranching and industrial history of the region.

LOCATION: Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park – Access off Highway 1 A – 2 km east of Cochrane.

Accessibility: Moderate long hill at the end of a two hour walk.

 

Quadrant: NW
Meeting Place: 255001 Glenbow Rd, Cochrane - Parking Lot by trail head/kiosk
Finish Point: 255001 Glenbow Rd, Cochrane - Parking Lot by trail head/kiosk
Walk Duration: 2 hours
Areas of Interest: History, Environment
Led By: Alice Fedosoff
Look for: Meet me in the parking lot of Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park - I'll be wearing a purple coat
Inner City: No