Calgary is a city that knows how to embrace winter – Calgarians are not hibernators. It's time to bundle up and head out for some great winter walks near Trinity Hills.
Fish Creek Provincial Park
Fish Creek Provincial Park is an enormous park that covers over 13 square kilometres in the south of the city. There are several paths to enjoy. Some are cleared and maintained for winter walks, others or kept snow-covered for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
If you love winter walks through white spruce forests that are loaded with breathtaking scenery, and a destination with a fun name, head over to Weaselhead Flats. This 237-hectare park is located at the mouth of the Elbow River in Calgary's southwest. There's a paved multi-use trail as well as gravel side trails for hiking.
Nose Hill Park
Enjoy the 11 square kilometres of Nose Hill Park this winter. The trails will wind you through woods and open fields, offering some of the best views of the Calgary skyline anywhere in the city.
Bowmont Park is a 164-hectare natural environment park located only 3.7 kilometres from Trinity Hills. Enjoy its meandering trails through the woods, but watch your step on the wooden stairs and boardwalks during winter!
Bowness Park is located along the south side of Bow River, 3.5 kilometres from Trinity Hills. There are paved paths to stroll while you enjoy the scenery. A shallow lagoon along the southern edge is a favourite spot for ice skating if you had enough winter walking.
Paskapoo Slopes Regional Park
When you call Trinity Hills your home, the 17 kilometres of nature trails at Paskapoo Slopes regional park are practically in your backyard. It's so close that there are wayfinding signs within Trinity Hills village directing you to some of the trailheads! Happy hiking.
We hope these winter walks near Trinity Hills help keep you moving this winter.