From tabletops to valley bottoms, this trail explores the wide variety of habitats found within the park. You’ll encounter a prairie dog town, coulees sheltering deer and open country filled with song birds.

*Special Note: This trail travels near a snake hibernaculum area that may have access restrictions or warnings. Exercise extra caution during April-May and September-October. Snakes can be encountered anytime. Protective gaiters available for loan from the Visitor Centres. Plan a vehicle shuttle at opposite end to avoid return hike.

Distance: 10 km one-way
Time: 4 to 5 hours
Level of Difficulty: Difficult
Trailhead:

Branches from 70 Mile Butte Trail
Lat: 49.198460279163825 Longitude: -107.65017255247417 (in decimal degrees)
13U 0306941E 5452899N (Coordinates given are UTM datum NAD83)

Ecotour pull-off #3
Lat: 49.192571816886 Longitude: -107.56516222505388 (in decimal degrees)
13U 0313111E 5452031N (Coordinates given are UTM datum NAD83)