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, linking Canadians in close to 1,000 communities.
Lacombe County’s contribution to this vast trail network comes in two parts. The first section stretches 8 km between the City of Lacombe and the Town of Blackfalds winding its way through farmland, around Lacombe Lake and past Kuhnen Park. The second section is 2 km from the Town of Blackfalds south to the Blindman River where a pedestrian bridge and the Blindman River Day Use Area has been constructed to link with Red Deer County.