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Grooming 101: Anatomy of a Trail Repair

One of the goals of the GBCTA is to give skiers a safe and enjoyable ski experience.
As such, we are continually monitoring for potential problem areas such as the ‘1/2 pipe’ that had formed on the Moose Connector hill.

Constant snow plowing down this slope had caused a dished out appearance to the trail, whereby the sides of the trail were considerably higher than the centre, […]

2020-01-07T10:18:56-07:00January 7th, 2020|GBCTA|

The History of the West Bragg Creek Trail Centre

The GBCTA has many good stories to tell. The history of how West Bragg Creek came to have a Trails Centre is one of them.

In 2015 a member of the GBCTA executive was approached by a representative from an oil service company who offered to donate a used Rig Manager’s well site hut for possible use as a WBC Trails Centre. After negotiations with Alberta […]

2020-01-04T09:48:00-07:00January 4th, 2020|GBCTA|

Alberta Equestrian Federation Donation

Bragg Creek Trails would like to thank the Alberta Equestrian Federation for the 2019 funding to work on the following trails: $2,000 for the gravel work on Iron Creek trail, $2,000 for upgrading Snowy Owl and $2,000 towards the construction of new Moose Single Track All-Season trail. #AEFTrails #albertaequestrianfederation

The […]

2020-01-01T19:03:39-07:00January 1st, 2020|GBCTA|

New Horseback Riding Trail Open

The new Iron Creek winter horse backriding trail is now open for use as of late in the day on December 23, 2019.  This new trail is for local horseback riders to access West Bragg Creek (WBC) Kananaskis Country trails from the TransCanada Trail in Rocky View County on RR54.  Horseback riders that are trailering their horses should continue to use the WBC equestrian parking […]

2019-12-24T15:06:49-07:00December 24th, 2019|GBCTA|

Fat Bike Tread Setting Info

Answers to some common questions re fat biking grooming, grooming team, equipment, trails, timing and costs. Info supplied by GBCTA fat bike lead groomer – Dean. Thanks for everything Dean, Dave, Willie, Tim, Pat and Paul! So much appreciated!

Q: How long after a snow fall does it take to groom the core fat bike trails?
A: After an average snowfall it takes our team of 6 […]

2019-12-26T08:41:44-07:00December 21st, 2019|GBCTA|

Fat Bike Tread Setting Fundraiser Grand Total

Donate on Canada Helps

Please support this program with your generous donation so our dedicated volunteers and staff can provide the best riding experience for you.

Funds are needed to pay for fat bike grooming and equipment related expenses including for a combination of paid and volunteer fat bike groomers.

Many thanks to our trail heroes: Dean Cockshutt, Dave Kunz, Will Prebushewsky, Tim Hudema, […]

2020-01-11T13:32:31-07:00December 6th, 2019|GBCTA|

Giving Tuesday

Today is Giving Tuesday, a national giving day when Canadians from all walks of life donate to support their favourite causes and charities. Make West Bragg trails part of your Giving Tuesday.

Your dollars contribute to outstanding recreational opportunities on our all-season trails and our ski trails. Fat bikers and XC skiers, snowshoers and walkers, horseback riders—all of these users benefit from the 150+ km trail […]

2019-12-03T08:06:35-07:00December 3rd, 2019|GBCTA|

Hello Potential Trail Groomers!

Thanks for your interest in volunteering for Winter Ski and All Season Trail (AST/Fat Bike) grooming!

We are presently at capacity for volunteers but we would encourage you to forward a resume in the event that an opening arises.  We require 20 hours of prior logged GBCTA volunteer time (trail building, fund raising, etc.) so that you can become accustomed to our safety culture and general […]

2019-11-30T17:03:08-07:00November 30th, 2019|GBCTA|