Things to know about Mt.Allan and Centennial Pass in Kananaskis

Google 3D Map
Google Map Start of the Hike
Google Direction From Calgary
Google Direction From Banff

Did you know ? Mt Allan trail is the highest maintained trail in the Canadian Rockies.

Steep hike, elevation gain of 610m in less than 2km

The trail is really well marked the best I ever did!

2 choices: You can just hike Mt.Allan it will take you around 3-4h or continue on the Centennial Pass, it is a long day hike and you need 2 vehicles and good fittness!

Google Map End of the Hike

Brings lots of food and water if you are doing the Centennial Pass! 

Click on the photo gallery at your left to explore more!

Be careful the Centennial Pass is usually closed from April 1st to June 21st to avoid disturbing the Bighorn Sheep. Check Alberta Parks website conditions before your hike.

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