|Event Location:||Fullerton Loop|
|Date(s) & Time:||Thu, Jun 17 2021 6:00 PM|
|Registration Cut Off:||Thu, Jun 17 2021 4:00:00 PM|
|Event Duration:||2 hr plus driving time|
|Difficulty Rating:||D2: Easy to Moderate|
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|Who's Invited:||Members Only, 21 And Older Only|
|Maximum Group Size:||8|
|Minimum Group Size:||3|
|Number Registered So Far:||8 (Log in to see who's signed up.)|
|Are Dogs Permitted:||Yes|
COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS: Participation in this event is conditional upon attendee compliance with government restrictions currently in place. If you have COVID-19, or may have COVID-19 due to a recent exposure, you are expected to withdraw from this event and stay home. We will be more than happy to see you at another event once it is considered safe for you to do so! Failure to comply with these protocols may result in removal from this event and/or future events.Distance: 7 km round trip
Elevation Gain: 213 m
Fullerton Loop is an easy hike that provides excellent views of the Elbow Valley and nearby foothills. The plan is to undertake this hike at a relaxed, but moderate pace. We will stop to catch our breath when needed and enjoy the views. You are welcome to bring your dog if they are used to hiking with a group and can respect other dogs / hiker's personal space.
We will be hiking the loop clockwise, therefore going UP the steep side and down the more moderate section. At this time, the whole trail is ice free, though there are still some muddy sections and occasional standing water. No icers are needed, but you may wish to bring gaiters.
|How to Get There:|
|Event Directions:||NOTE: As of June 1st, you will need a
Kananaskis Conservation Pass to attend this event.
Please see the Alberta Parks website for more
Kananaskis Conservation Pass
Follow the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 1) to Highway 22, follow Highway 22 south through Bragg Creek, turning left at the 4-way stop. At the Highway 66 Junction, turn right and follow Highway 66. The parking area is on the right, across from the Allen Bill Day Use area - you'll see the signs after you cross the Elbow River bridge. We will meet in the parking area near the cars at 6 p.m., ready to hike. I'll have a green daypack.
If you are running late, please text before you start driving. If you arrive after we've left, please do not attempt to hike out alone to catch up with us.
***There will be no carpool for this event.***|
Have you read and understood the COVID-19 protocols in red in the event description?
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|Voluntary Donations:||Although there is no cost for this event, please note that the club survives on voluntary donations. Please consider making a donation based on the value you feel you receive from the club. See our How You Can Help page for more information.|