43.8 miles
Distance
5,875 ft
Climb
-5,834 ft
Descent
1 mile
High Point

Be Prepared for this ride. Support vehicle recommended.

A classic 1990's epic Cross country ride from Doug Eastcott, author of Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies. It is best done in September. Total distance is around 77 km.

The best place to start this loop is from West Bragg Trailhead, where you take the Mountain Road to meet up with Tom Snow trail and proceed clockwise. Tom Snow is muddy in places, but it has less hills than the adjacent Ridgeback, so save your strength. Tom Snow Trail ends at the Station flats parking lot, which is a good place to take a break and meet up with your support vehicle. This is the 10.5km mark. From station flats, Follow Diamond T to Elbow valley trail, which parallels highway 66. Elbow Valley has some climbs and some nice views, followed by a crossing Moose Mountain Road, a scramble across Canyon Creek and crossing Ings Mine/Canyon Creek road. The trail is easy to lose after the creek, so bring a map along and it should help. Do not expect cell phone service. Keep Elbow valley over the Husky oil lease road and you will find yourself at the Powderface Trailhead picnic area, where you can meet up with your support vehicle again for the 20.5 km mark. Backtrack a bit and link up with Prairie Creek trail. Expect a bit of hike-a-bike in a few spots, but the trail is well maintained and smooth. At around the 30 km mark you will find yourself linking up with Powderface trail road. Take the road north until the 35km mark. You can take other ways to avoid the roads, but the trails are very overgrown and easy to get lost on. You get to the Jumpingpound Ridge parking lot located where the road takes a hard left turn and can meet up with your support vehicle. The next section is long and involves a hard climb up Jumpingpound Ridge and Cox Hill trails. Epic views and a phenomenal descent are amazing rewards, but this brings you up to 54 km. A quick left at the bottom of Cox Hill trail takes you to Dawson Trailhead. Have a big meal and take a good break to freshen your legs, you have earned it. From Dawson trailhead, connect with Tom Snow. This section of Tom Snow has a lot of muddy spots and is quite isolated. I highly recommend doing a Tom Snow reconnaissance ride before attempting this epic loop, just to make sure of it's condition and not to get lost. It has had to be rerouted a few times due to flood damage. Tom Snow is pretty much flat all the way back to Mountain Road and West Bragg, which brings you up to 77km

Detailed Description
Around Moose Mountain is a 44 mile less popular intermediate route located near Bragg Creek Alberta. This mountain bike only route can be used one direction and has a extreme overall physical rating. This route includes 28 trails. This route climbs 5,875 ft with a max elevation of 7,184 ft then descends -5,834 ft.
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76 Reviews & Comments

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revystoked (Jul 24, 2022 at 13:51)
Erosion continues to have its way with this trail. The rut on the first descent has become fairly deep. The switchbacks at the top of the main descent are riddled with loose rock, but it gets better the farther you go down. The trail/creekbed root steps are bigger than they were in the 90s, and there's more exposed rock. Watch those corners - lots of flat shale over gravel/sand.
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Nomolos2006 (Sep 11, 2021 at 15:11)
Brutal Climb in the middle of the trail after already climbing lusk, tech all the way down, not a flow trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 21:53)
Trail Tom Snow
A mix of really nice trails and mud bogs. With some boardwalks to cross the bogs this trail would be sweeto
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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iphonefreddy (May 28, 2021 at 15:40)
Trail Elbow Valley
Station flats to Moose Mountain Road was nice a dry. You need good legs to get up but it’s a nice horse trail
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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Justinlegal6 (Sep 30, 2020 at 12:32)
Trail Tom Snow
To the riders who helped me during my stroke on July 11th 2020. Thank you so much. Thank you for trying to get me out of there on your bike and stopping your ride. You called the rangers and then EMT came and drove me to foothills hospital. I don't remember what you all look like or names but I will anyways remember how helpful you all were. Thank you all again. And I how to see you on the trails again.
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bigdog48 (Sep 20, 2020 at 20:17)
Epic fall ride today. Trail was grippy and in good shape. Highly recommend this to all intermediate and advanced riders.
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Brobrahma (Aug 23, 2020 at 7:26)
Bone dry with lots of trail erosion, roots, rocks, and steep drops. Fun and challenging. If you're not on a downhill bike you better keep your wits about ya.
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Jaylefevre (Jul 27, 2020 at 21:08)
Not great for beginner bikers. Muddy spots and lots of spots require you to get off your bike and push it uphill.
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Jaylefevre (Jul 27, 2020 at 21:08)
Not great for beginner bikers. Muddy spots and lots of spots require you to get off your bike and push it uphill.
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flyin-ryan (Jul 24, 2020 at 18:26)
Still awesome.
Back in the day it was hard tails, V brakes and 3 inches of front travel on a downhill trail that was buff.
Now its 7 inch front and rear travel and disc brakes on a downhill that is full of ditches, rocks and roots.
So ya it's still awesome.
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hertsy22 (Jul 12, 2020 at 8:10)
Big props to anyone that can clean this
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hizzity (Apr 12, 2020 at 15:19)
When its dry its a lot of fun. fast and awesome, but if it has been wet you will be covered in mud head to toe.
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hizzity (Apr 12, 2020 at 15:19)
When its dry its a lot of fun. fast and awesome, but if it has been wet you will be covered in mud head to toe.
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pinkrobe CMBA (Jan 16, 2020 at 18:19)
This is very much a horse trail, and not really recommended for any other users unless you need to check it off a list or something.
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pinkrobe CMBA (Jan 16, 2020 at 18:19)
This is very much a horse trail, and not really recommended for any other users unless you need to check it off a list or something.
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FoodieJ (Jun 11, 2019 at 15:16)
If biking, best to go left at trailhead and push your bike up a steep hill but enjoy the rest of the trail down. But if you want to climb and climb some more with a somewhat messy steep horse trail at the end, then go right at trailhead. Mud holes bog you down at the low points, just where you want to get a head of steam up for the next hill, you have to slow down/stop at the mud holes. This seems to be more of a horse trail, path doesnt appear to be used much by bikes.
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FoodieJ (Jun 11, 2019 at 15:16)
If biking, best to go left at trailhead and push your bike up a steep hill but enjoy the rest of the trail down. But if you want to climb and climb some more with a somewhat messy steep horse trail at the end, then go right at trailhead. Mud holes bog you down at the low points, just where you want to get a head of steam up for the next hill, you have to slow down/stop at the mud holes. This seems to be more of a horse trail, path doesnt appear to be used much by bikes.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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Deinarson (Jun 10, 2019 at 15:21)
Trail Elbow Valley
If you feel like pedaling up for a lap on Race of Spades or 7-27, this is a nice alternative to get you there instead of riding along the highway. It’s a multi-use/horse trail so not super designed for biking but it gets you where you need to go.
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tylerbernardd (Jun 2, 2019 at 16:21)
Lots of deep snow in the trees this weekend on this section
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tylerbernardd (Jun 2, 2019 at 16:21)
Lots of deep snow in the trees this weekend on this section
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jgc932 (Jul 27, 2018 at 9:29)
Road it to JP south trail from Dawson. Would recommend JP Summit as South is a rootfest.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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psingbeil (Jul 26, 2018 at 6:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Bear Closure - Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
July 24, 2018
Effective Date: July 24, 2018 until further notice
Where: Tom Snow Trail from Mountain Road to Moose Loop
Why: Bears feeding on carcass

The sign that shows the closure is not well marked, A small notice that has a map is posted at the entrance of Tom Snow from the Mountain Road. We looked at it and thought it was in the South direction and proceeded on the trail going North. We encountered yellow closure markings by Ab parks at the base of the large hill and some of us encountered a strong smell. We turned around and retreated back up the trail.
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kluks (Jun 25, 2018 at 13:26)
Wet, with a large tree across trail towards the bottom
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Lauraannebock (Jul 3, 2017 at 20:52)
Rode with Howie July 3rd.
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Lauraannebock (Jul 3, 2017 at 20:52)
Rode with Howie July 3rd.
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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psingbeil (May 24, 2017 at 14:26)
Trail Tom Snow
Rode it yesterday evening. Lots of mud and fallen trees
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ek4086 (Mar 28, 2017 at 11:46)
Easy hike and short loop, Close to Calgary (1 hour drive), good for families and beginners, there is a long hill if you go clockwise. There isn't any awesome view! just trees.
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ek4086 (Mar 28, 2017 at 11:46)
Easy hike and short loop, Close to Calgary (1 hour drive), good for families and beginners, there is a long hill if you go clockwise. There isn't any awesome view! just trees.
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danny (Jun 2, 2015 at 8:58)
The Road is still closed, so a road pedal is required. it might open this year, but official opening date is spring 2016
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CraigHinCA (Sep 3, 2016 at 10:42)
Road is open now.
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  • Primary Activity
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  • AKA
    Bow 80
  • Difficulty rating
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  • Route Type
    Loop
  • Bike type
    AM, XC
  • Direction
    One Direction
  • Physical rating
    Extreme
  • Ridelogs
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More Stats for Around Moose Mountain mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    4,611 ft
  • Altitude start
    4,955 ft
  • Altitude end
    4,997 ft
  • Grade max
    -52.7%
  • Grade min
    59.4%
  • Distance climb
    22 miles
  • Distance down
    19 miles
  • Distance flat
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Cox Hill Trail | Sibbald MTB
Cox Hill Trail | Sibbald MTB
16:04 | 84 | comments: 0 | favs:
Aug 7, 2022
Cox Hill Descent
Cox Hill Descent
14:20 | 44 | comments: 0 | favs:
Jul 28, 2022

Recent Trail Reports Along Route

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Cox Hill Trail
Oct 1, 2022 @ 9:03am
Oct 1, 2022
Tom Snow
Sep 19, 2022 @ 8:22am
Sep 19, 2022
rode section paralleling Ridgeback 3 for something "easier" and it was in good condition for Tom Snow. Only complaints would be 1 tree, 2 boggy sections and bushes are beginning to encroach on the trail. Not a bad cruise for a beginner-intermediate rider.
Prairie Creek
Sep 10, 2022 @ 11:17am
Sep 10, 2022
Diamond T Loop
Sep 1, 2022 @ 6:25am
Sep 1, 2022
Nice quick & easy loop. No other hikers or bikers. Some spots with muddy puddles but easy to balance over. A really nice morning
Jumpingpound Ridge (South Trail)
Jul 31, 2022 @ 9:56am
Jul 31, 2022
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