This trail is located in the Kakwa corridor; 9 km from trail junction to mountain top; 15 km of trails along ridges; OHVs must stay on main trail; very unique alpine area with large expanse of alpine meadows, flora and wildlife; excellent views of Two Lakes/Kakwa corridor, mountain ridges & peaks.
Difficulty: Moderate Trail Length (km): 30 with 15+ more on top of ridge Elevation Gain (m): 725 Trail Head: 4 km past Stinking Springs, west off main trail
Kakwa Wildland Park is 160 kilometres southwest of Grande Prairie. For travel beyond Lick Creek (roughly 10 kilometres from the park’s northern boundary) a four-wheel drive vehicle is essential. Visitors should check ahead with Alberta Parks in Grande Prairie to confirm road conditions.
Grande Prairie – go south on Hwy. 40 then west on Hwy. 666.
Grovedale – road is paved for approximately 16 kilometres beyond Grovedale; from there, it is a maintained gravel road used heavily by industry.
Two Lakes Provincial Park
– three campgrounds (Gunderson Meadow, Pine Hollow & Moberly Flats) provide rustic camping facilities including fire pits, picnic tables, privies and potable water.
Lick Creek – only 4-wheel drive vehicles are suitable on the unmaintained trail from here to Kakwa Falls; there are creek crossings and wet areas along this route.
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