Over 20 kilometers of trails wind through the 4,800 acre Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area. Whether spotting wildlife or just sightseeing, 1 of their 4 lookouts will provide spectacular vantage points along your hike. This day-use natural area in the rolling foothills of the Rocky Mountains also features two trails that are self-guided interpretive walks with educational stations about local species. The land you visit was donated by Ann and Sandy Cross and The Cross Conservation Area is dedicated to protecting habitat and providing space for native species of wildlife, offering conservation education programs (particularly to youth) and managing human use without jeopardizing wildlife and habitat. In Response to COVID-19, the Conservation Area has removed the registration book from their kiosk and is asking visitors to book their hike in advance online. Please visit their website for more information.

Hiking, Wildlife Viewing, Self Drive

Hiking Trails, Parking, Day Use Areas, Interpretive Trails