Building a bridge along Bragg Creek
But, with TCT’s support, a group of dedicated grassroots volunteers is aiming to make this Trail section even better.
By supporting the construction of a pedestrian bridge, TCT will enable walkers and hikers to remain on the Trail without needing to walk on a nearby road bridge with no shoulders. And the addition of 472 metres of guardrail will also ensure that there is a physical barrier separating the Trail and a roadway that runs parallel to it.
Location: Kananaskis, Alberta
Recommended uses: Walking/hiking, cycling, horseback riding, cross-country skiing
Approximate length: n/a
How this makes The Great Trail better: Roadway to greenway conversion, improving accessibility
10 November, 2022
28 October, 2022