If hiking and walking are your interests, we have trails that you will want to explore. Discover endless pleasure as you move through the natural environment and scenic terrain. Stroll or hike along our meandering trails and view the interesting birds, flowers, plants and trees.
Hiking and walking has become such a popular activity for so many. Health benefits include; increased fitness, decreasing hypertension, and improving mental health.
Eagle Point Provincial Park is home to over 35 km of easy to follow hiking trails. Each trail promises to dazzle your senses with views of the North Saskatchewan River Valley and unusual and interesting habitats.
Hiking is healthy and fun but if you really want to get in shape or challenge yourself go cross-country running. With trails located along the embankments of the North Saskatchewan River there are many hills that will challenge cross-country runners of all abilities.
The Pembina Rotary Community South Trails are located just adjacent to the east side of Drayton Valley. The 7 km of trails are well travelled and border the North Saskatchewan River Valley. Stay above the embankment or hike down to the flats. Bring your mobile device with QR Code Scanner and turn your hike into an interpretative adventure.
The Pembina Rotary Community North Trails are located 7 km northeast of Drayton Valley. The 16 km of trails are well travelled and border the North Saskatchewan River Valley. Most of the trails stay above the embankment with a few beautiful exceptions.
The Hilltop and Hillside Trails are located on the east side of the North Saskatchewan River near Willey West Campground and just off of Range Road 71, these 9.7 km of trails meander up and down the steep terrain of the North Saskatchewan River embankments. Hiking these trails promises to be a heart pumping experience. Bring your mobile device with your QR Code Scanner to turn the Hill op Trail into an interpretative experience.
Pembina Nordic Ski Club