Bragg Creek (click on Bragg Creek for map) is a quaint hamlet located about 44km west of Calgary, Alberta and is located in the majestic foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is home to all major forms of Canadian Wildlife, including: Artists, Musicians, Cowboys and Gals, Outdoorsy Men and Women, Deer, Elk, Moose, Bear and Cougar.... So come on out and explore and...
TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE...
The Bragg Creek to Kananaskis segment of the Trans Canada Trail, along West Bragg Creek Road is off to a fantastic start. Phase 1 is complete and it is wonderful to already see so many people using it. Our fitness area is also complete, thanks to the donation from Mountain Woods Health Services and the generous contribution from Rick and Donna Sukovieff, who allowed us to use land adjacent to the trail. Check it out!
We are carrying out a campaign to raise the final dollars to construct Phases 2 & 3 in the very near future. Our target is $150,000 by next spring, in time for us to start constructing phase 2. Please spread the word and encourage friends, family and work colleagues to check out this fund-raiser on our website. Help support the TransCanada Trail; individuals, groups and companies are encouraged to buy a ‘m’ or ‘Km’ of trail. Donations make a great Christmas gift or memorial to a loved one. Donors will be recognized on our website, on a plaque next to the trail and in our newsletter/social media.
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The Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association exists with the support of volunteers and donations. We couldn't do this without your support.
THE PEDALER - Episode 6 (Greater Bragg Creek Trail Assoc.)
Have you ever been out mountain biking or hiking and wondered who puts in all the hard work to build these trails? Well, in this episode of The Pedaler videographer Cliff Markham meets up with the Greater Bragg Creek Trail Association to discuss what it takes to design and construct what has now become one of the best trail systems in the region.