Kakwa Wildland OHV Park
The 17th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Alberta.
Monday 11 July 2016 05:03 GMT
Southwest of Grand Prairie, the Kakwa Wildland Park has 24km of OHV routes on Horn Ridge. This trail is located in the Kakwa corridor; 9 km from trail junction to mountain top; 15 km of trails along ridges; OHVs must stay on main trail; very unique alpine area with large expanse of alpine meadows, flora and wildlife; excellent views of Two Lakes/Kakwa corridor, mountain ridges & peaks.
Wildlife in the area includes woodland caribou, elk, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, moose, mule & white-tailed deer, grizzly & black bears, wolves, lynx & red fox.
To reach the park from Grand Prairie, head 10 km south of Grande Prairie on Hwy. 40, 35 km southwest on SH 666, then 110 km southwest on truck trail.
The Horn Ridge trailhead is located 4km past Stinking Springs.
Overall, Kakwa Wildland OHV Park is the 17th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 19 OHV routes in Alberta. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby Kakwa Wildland OHV Park including Musreau Lake OHV Staging Area and Shuttler Flats OHV Staging Area.