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Fundraiser Event – Great Divide Trail Assoc.

A journey of adventure, discovery & survival

Join us for an evening of stories with Brian Keating, as he takes us on a high energy adventure through some of the major mountain ranges of the world. Brian Keating is a regular on CBC Homestretch and was awarded the 2017 Stan Hodgkiss Canadian Outdoorsperson of the Year Award by the Canadian Wildlife Federation. Brian is a wildlife […]

2018-01-19T16:04:16+00:00 January 19th, 2018|GBCTA|

50/50 Fundraiser

Jan 13 Update

Thanks very much for your donations – we are 5 weeks into the “50 / 50” fundraising campaign, and we’re already at $13,005 – great way to start the year!!

We have snow and excellent conditions!! Our fantabulous grooming team has been busy working the dusting of new snow into the old to reinvigorate the West Bragg Creek trail system. Check out our conditions page for […]

2018-01-19T16:28:03+00:00 December 25th, 2017|GBCTA|

GBCTA – Did You Know?

Did you know … ? Since 2007, the Greater Bragg Creek Trail Association (GBCTA) has constructed over 110 km of new non-motorized trails and upgraded over 30 km of existing trails to create a world class 165 km public trail system in Kananaskis Country and Rocky View County.

In West Bragg Creek (WBC) Kananaskis Country, the GBCTA has upgraded and expanded the original 43 km ski […]

2017-12-25T15:32:22+00:00 December 24th, 2017|GBCTA|

GBCTA Trail Talk – Dec 2017 – Published in High Country News

West Bragg Creek (WBC) Trans Canada Trail (TCT) – Snow Ploughing

The WBC TCT in RVC was snow ploughed on November 11, 2017 by Bragg Creek Excavating. Many thanks to John and Linda for donating this first snow ploughing of the trail for the winter of 2017-18.

If you like having the WBC TCT snow ploughed, please consider donating to the GBCTA online at http://www.braggcreektrails.org/

2017-12-29T15:34:45+00:00 December 15th, 2017|GBCTA|

Standard First Aid Courses For Volunteers > FREE

Have you volunteered with the GBCTA in the 2016/2017 season? Are you interested in free Standard First Aid Courses? This is a great opportunity to increase your First Aid skills.

Each year, the Kananaskis Region Public Engagement – Community and Partner Relations Program offers Standard First Aid certification courses for volunteers and the staff who support them. The courses are taught by Parks staff who work […]

2018-01-19T16:28:27+00:00 November 27th, 2017|GBCTA|

Bateman Print – Sealed Bid Auction – GBCTA Fundraiser

Sealed Bid Auction

Matted Print WITH FRAME – 25” x 28”

Game over Fox & Maple

PRINT is numbered and signed by Robert Bateman

Instructions:

  1. Fill out bid slip and deposit in sealed box.
  2. Highest bidder will be contacted by phone following close of auction to arrange delivery of framed print.
  3. All applicable sales taxes and a shipping charge may apply to purchase.
  4. Winning bidder may pay by […]
2017-11-17T21:09:23+00:00 November 17th, 2017|GBCTA|

TCT Snow Ploughing

West Bragg Creek (WBC) TransCanada Trail (TCT) in Rocky View County (RVC) Snow Ploughing

The WBC TCT in RVC was snow ploughed on November 11, 2017 by Bragg Creek Excavating. Many thanks to John and Linda for donating this first snow ploughing of the trail for the winter of 2017-18.

If you like having the WBC TCT snow ploughed, please consider donating to the GBCTA online and […]

2017-11-17T21:09:47+00:00 November 13th, 2017|GBCTA|

GBCTA Trail Talk – Nov 2017 – Published in High Country News

Trans Canada Trail (TCT) – Phases 2/3 Update

The West Bragg Creek portion of the Great Trail (formerly the Trans-Canada Trail) is now largely complete. There is now safe passage along the West Bragg Creek road to walk, bike or ride your horse from the hamlet to Kananaskis Country.

There are too many people to thank in this message for their gargantuan efforts in the venture, so […]

2018-01-19T16:05:29+00:00 November 5th, 2017|GBCTA|

Important Note to WBC Trail Users

The occurrence of an accident with one of our volunteers earlier this autumn has necessitated a suspension of volunteer activities by the GBCTA. This means that we won’t be able to use volunteers to either clear deadfall from the trails after the recent wind events or to pack and track the beautiful snow that has just fallen. We are working hard with Parks and Public […]

2017-11-05T23:58:17+00:00 October 25th, 2017|GBCTA|