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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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area wildlife + plants

Checkered White
Pieris protodice

Habitat:  The Checkered White is a migrant species that flies up into the prairies and parkland areas of southern Alberta in the spring time to lay their eggs.

Description:  A predominately white butterfly, on the upper side of its wings it has dark splotches along the edges arranged like a checker board.

Size:  40 -50 mm

Diet:  The...

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