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Over twenty kilometers of trails wind through the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area (ASCCA). Four lookouts provide spectacular views of the surrounding foothills. The Chevron Aspen Trail and the Fescue Trail are self-guided interpretive walks with education stations highlighting species found on the land.

Maps are available out our kiosk for a $2 donation, however you may borrow a map if you return it to the kiosk after your hike.

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Please read our guidelines before you book your hike to the ASCCA.

 

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Arctic Skipper
Carterocephalus palaemon

Habitat: The Arctic Skipper can be found throughout Alberta from mid-May to June.  Prefers open areas of poplar and mixed forests.  Once found throughout North America, Europe and Asia the Arctic Skipper is now extinct in England due to habitat disturbance and pesticide use.

Description: The Arctic Skipper is the most recognizable of Albertan Skippers.   It is...

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