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Quebexican Trail and the TCT Bow Corridor

If you want to get away from the crowds without having to drive very far, the South side of the Highway 1 between Three Sisters and Exshaw has some great single tracks to offer. Expect very little traffic and less-maintained trails, but the running out there is twisty and filled with short and steep climbs and descents! Low traffic means more wildlife, so don't forget your bear spray at home. 
  • Distance: 10 km for the out and back on the Quebexican, 16 km for the TCT corridor from Dead Man's Flat to Exshaw and back.
  • Difficulty:  Moderate to Challenging
  • Total Elevation Gain: 240 meters for the Quebexican roundtrip,  800 meters for the TCT Bow Corridor roundtrip
  • Where to park: For the Quebexican, park roadside after the new Stewart Creek developments on Three Sisters Parkway. For the TCT Bow Corridor, take the Dead Man's Flat exit and park just past the cattleguard at the bottom of the hill that leads to the Mount Lougheed view point. 
  • Surface: Technical. Mostly dirt with the occasional rock section. Narrow in places. 
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The Quebexican Trail between Three Sisters and Dead Man's Flat
The Trans-Canada Trail between Dead Man's Flat and Heart Creek