Explore breathtaking natural areas, and endless pathway networks in the Lacombe Region

WAYS TO HIKE, BIKE, RUN, WALK AND PLAY THIS SUMMER!

The natural beauty of Central Alberta is highlighted best 20 minutes north of the City of Red Deer in the Lacombe Region as it offers multiple natural hiking areas that are easy to navigate and welcoming to beginners. The beaches and lakes of the region make for an easy family day trip with many offering amenities like picnic tables, public washrooms and bbq pits. The trail networks between the communities of the region allow for even the most novice explorer to have an adventure and discover why the Lacombe region is worth visiting time and time again.    

Kuhnen Natural Area
Birding

Kuhnen Natural Area

The Kuhnen Natural Area, found along the north bank of the Red Deer River, is one of the newest additions to the County’s inventory of parks and natural spaces. The 65 acres of forested land offers lookout points onto the river valley and a trail that leads down to the water. This is also the

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Lacombe Skate Park
City of Lacombe

Lacombe Skateboard Park

Located within Michener Recreation Park, this state of the art park welcomes skateboarders, bikes and inline skaters of all abilities! Located in the Michener Recreation Park on the west side of Lacombe, about 2km east of highway 2.

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Trans Canada Trail
Biking

TransCanada Trail

The TransCanada Trail is a non-profit, registered charity. Its mission is to promote and assist in the development and use of the Trail in every province and territory. Today, over 18,000 kilometres of Trail have been developed. Once fully connected, the Trail will stretch nearly 24,000 kilometres from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans,

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EXPLORE

Lacombe’s beautiful surrounds make the perfect backdrop for birding, geocaching, hiking, cross-country skiing, skating, cycling and so much more!

TransCanada Trail

Experience the joy of cycling in Central Alberta

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