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...
Become part of a LEGACY! Volunteer & help build the Trans Canada Trail - Sentier Transcanadien
East Telephone trail from the south Hostel junction north to the Disconnect junction is closed due to construction with heavy equipment starting about October 10 for trail user safety.
Numerous wildlife sightings (grizzly, black bear and cougar) have been reported. Carry bear spray and make lots of noise when travelling on the trails.
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.