Crowsnest Pass is a mountain pass that spans the Continental Divide and resembles a large crow’s nest. It is located towards the southern end of the Rocky Mountains.
The Heritage Pathways system combines the Crowsnest’s fascinating history with non-urban, outdoor hiking trails. Hike the 12-kilometre North York Creek Plane Crash Trail to a real plane crash site, or the 1.5-kilometre Frank Slide Trail, which starts and finishes at the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre.
Crowsnest Pass is also ideal for those who enjoy the rush of excitement that rock climbing and caving can provide.
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