From Calgary/Canmore, head West/East along highway 1. Turn South on highway 40 into
Kananaskis Country and continue along this road for about 32km. Park on the East side of the road in the ditch just 200m south of the turnoff to Kananaskis Village and the Nakiska ski hill. Or 300m north of the emergency services station.
The hike is around 1km with 100m elevation gain, taking around 20-30min. Though there is
minor bushwhacking involved, it is recommended to have pants that cover your ankles and appropriate footwear. From the parking ditch, hike up the small hill and along the left side of the large gravel drainage until you come to some pink flagging, follow the flagging the entire way. It cuts left into the forest and winds its way through the aspen trees before cutting left yet again leading you over mossy ground. When you get to a small hill it turns right and heads up the hill, following the ridgeline until the creek becomes audible and visible. From there you drop down into the creek bed until you come to the first problem. Alternatively sticking to the gravel drainage and following the creek will get you there with a little more hassle.
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