Clearwater County is currently developing a multi-user trail system along abandoned Rail line, covering 109 kilometers between Rocky Mountain House and Nordegg.
The trail plans to include rest stops, picnic sites and a few remote campsites. Users will be able to access the trail through a number of staging areas at: Prentice Creek Road, Chambers Creek, Jackfish Creek, Saunders, Harlech and Nordegg townsite. The three-metre wide trail will be open for use by quads, motorbikes, pedestrians, mountain bikers and horseback riders. In the winter, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and dog sledding will also be possible.
Rocky Nordegg Trail Maps
Leg 1 - Rocky to Prentice Creek
Leg 2 - Rocky to Prentice Creek Road / Prentice Creek Road to Chambers Creek
Leg 3 - Prentice Creek Road to Chambers Creek
Leg 4 - Chambers Creek to Horburg
Leg 5 - Horburg to Baker Road
Leg 6 - Horburg to Baker Road / Baker Road to Saunders
Leg 7 - Baker Road to Saunders
Leg 8 - Saunders to Harlech
Leg 9 - Harlech to Beaver Dam
Leg 10 - Beaver Dam to Nordegg Townsite
Rocky to Horberg
Horberg to Saunders
Saunders to Nordegg