Too much fun to throw a snow ball at!
We want your input!
Alberta Parks has developed a Draft Mountain Biking Trail Design Plan and a Draft Equestrian & Cross-Country Ski Trails Master Plan for Cypress Hills Provincial Park, with advice and recommendations from local public and key stakeholders. The draft plans set out objectives and strategies for future trail development in Cypress Hills Provincial Park.
Alberta Parks is seeking comment on the proposed trail plans. Your input is valued. Stakeholder participation is an important part of the planning process and stakeholders are being invited to share their final thoughts and suggestions on the draft plans.
Send your comments to ABParks.PlanComments@gov.ab.ca
Comments will be collected until January 27th, 2018
A public Consultation for Cypress Hills Trail Plan is being held on November 28th, 2017. Please see poster below for more details.
Continue the family tradition! Cut your own Christmas tree in the snow-covered Cypress Hills!
A permit is required to cut a Christmas tree. Starting Dec 2nd, permits are available from the Visitor Centre, open Wednesday to Sunday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Permits are free but donations are accepted to support providing opportunities to enjoy your park (like the skating trail, equipment rentals).
Things to keep in mind:
Useful reminders when cutting Christmas trees
Advisory: Ferguson Hill Road Pavement Repairs and Overlay
These works are scheduled to start September 5th and the road will remain closed until the Spring. This project starts from the bottom of Ferguson Hill Road and continues to the intersection at Murray Hill Road. During active construction activities the road will be closed.
Access to Tom Trott Hut, Medicine Lodge Hut, Willow Creek Group Camp and Horseshoe Canyon Viewpoint will remain available via Hwy 41 & Murray Hill Road.
All inquiries can be directed to the Visitor Centre at 403-893-3833.