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Rocky Mountain House


Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Dog Walking
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Walking


Bicentennial Trail is a recreation trail popular for mountain biking and hiking in the community of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. The trail was constructed to celebrate the Bicentennial of the community of Rocky Mountain House.

Rocky Mountain House photo galleryThe 5 kilometre Bicentennial Trail links the community of Rocky Mountain House with the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site.

The route visits the banks of the North Saskatchewan River prior to following the same route as Highway 11a. Much of the route explores along the same lines as the highway passing by the Pine Hills Golf Course.

Much of the route travels along a single-track gravel and dirt trail. It is considered an easy-going route with few elevation gains.

The western trailhead entrance to the Bicentennial Trail begins from the Visitor Centre at the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Centre.

The eastern trailhead entrance begins from the North Saskatchewan River Bridge on Highway 11a in the community. A large monument and plaque marks the eastern trailhead entrance.

Next to the river trailhead is a small day use area with picnic tables, an outhouse and a playground. Opposite the trailhead is the Riverside Park with a boat launch.

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Bicentennial Trail
Rocky Mountain House
Canada

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