Due to current soft trail conditions on the new WBC Trans Canada Trail in Rocky View County during this spring thaw, we are experiencing damage from horse hooves and narrow bike tires. The GBCTA is asking for your co-operation in staying off the trail until it has had a chance to dry and firm up. Signage will be removed at that time. Many thanks from the volunteers who maintain this community trail for your enjoyment.
Have you volunteered with the GBCTA? 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 with volunteers in the field, so course scenarios are Parks-practical. We invite you [...]
West Bragg Creek Trail Etiquette, Trail Types, User Recommendations and Safety Welcome to West Bragg Creek Trails. This is a multi-use, non-motorized recreation area. Since this is non-motorized trails system that welcomes a wide variety of users we ask that you extend a few common courtesies to your fellow trail users and respect the facilities that have been provided for your enjoyment. Trailhead Parking and Perimeter Trail There is plenty of parking at West Bragg [...]
National Trails Coalition announces that it is pleased with investments in 2019 federal budget. Following the release of the federal government's 2019 budget, the National Trails Coalition (NTC) is pleased by a number of direct [...]
Letter of Support for Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association Ski Grooming Dear GBCTA board members: XC Bragg Creek Ski and Bike Society (XCBC) is a community oriented, youth focused, ski and mountain bike club based [...]
The Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association (GBCTA) is pleased to announce the renewal of our Cooperating Agreement with Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) that was signed on March 8, 2019 in the West Bragg Creek Provincial Recreation [...]
Leadership Transition at GBCTA It’s been 9 months since Peter Tucker stepped down as President of the Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association (GBCTA) after 3 years of both rewarding and challenging times leading the GBCTA. [...]
The GBCTA is pleased to confirm we have just signed a grant agreement with Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) in the amount of $49,950 for West Bragg Creek (WBC) capital equipment. These funds will be [...]
Have you volunteered with the GBCTA? 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 [...]
Community Trails include Banded Peak, Redwood, Centennial Trail and Trans Canada Trail. Our objective is to create pathways that connect our community and provide access for all residents of Bragg Creek.