Distance: 5.3 km
Time: 45 min – 1.5 hrs
Elevation Gain: 157 m
Elevation Loss: 199 m

Technical Rating: Intermediate
Physical Rating: Moderate
Season: June – October
Permit Required: No

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Boundary Ridge is a sweet intermediate singletrack trail located in the West Bragg Creek Trails network. The trail may be ridden in either direction, as an out and back or as a part of a larger loop. If you’re looking for a loop to ride in the area that includes Boundary Ridge, consider Goldilocks or Southern Flow.

Boundary Ridge best flows south to north, although it may be ridden either direction and as an out-and-back. The trail runs through the woods, popping out at various points to offer some great views of the surrounding hillside meadows. The rider will be treated to some fun switchback climbs and speedy descents on this pristine singletrack trail. Built to utilize the surrounding terrain, Boundary Ridge rolls real nice up and down. A great trail for beginners that would like to progress and a fun ride for intermediate to advanced riders. The word that best describes the singletrack trails in West Bragg Creek is FLOW; Boundary Ridge stays true to this fact.

TRAILHEAD | N50 56.895 W114 41.606

From Bragg Creek take Balsam Ave west to Centre Ave. Turn southwest (left) at the T-junction on to Centre Ave. Drive southwest on Centre Ave, which will turn into Township Rd. 232. Continue on Township Rd. 232 until you hit the gravel road. Cross the cattle guard and drive to the well-marked parking area just ahead on your right (500 metres down the road). The trail begins south of the parking lot.


N50 56.895 W114 41.606 (West Bragg TH)
N50 55.300 W114 40.465 (South TH)

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