Troll Falls Trails
Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada
The trails of Troll Falls are well suited to recreational mountain bikers and their families. Unless you’re heading out on Skogan Pass, an epic ride, the wide open double track trails consisting of grass and dirt make for an easy afternoon pedal.
The small network of trails are good for cruising on, wide enough for your burley and a great way to access Troll Falls; a must visit if you’re new to the area. To access the falls, please lock your bike up or hide it in the woods, before heading up the last 300 metre of trail. This section of trail has eroded over the years, is tough to ride, and is much easier when walked. Not to mention it’s encouraged to walk as not to erode the trail any further.
Accessed via the Ribbon Creek parking lot, or directly from the Kananaskis Village, or via the Stoney parking lot (the more popular start point), the Troll Falls trail network offers some breathtaking scenery. To the west is the Nakiska Ski Area, to the east is the Kananaskis River and to the north are Troll Falls. A majority of the short trails pop in and out of the trees, exposing you to some incredible views, while making their way to the main junction at Troll Falls. From there you can double back or choose a different trail to return on.