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Book a hike at the ASCCA

The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area requests that groups of 8 or more book their hike in advance. If there are multiple bookings on the same day we may ask you to reschedule your hike to minimize impact on the area and its wildlife. Groups of 15 or more will recieve a booking confirmation.

Please note that all commercial hiking guides charging hikers a fee must obtain a permit (which includes providing proof of liability insurance) before taking groups of any size on to the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area.  Please contact Greg Shyba at gshyba@crossconservation.org to arrange for a permit.  All hikers who have paid a fee or who are hiking with a commercial guide should ask to see their permit.

Booking Instructions

   1. Pre-book your visit if your group has more than 8 hikers by filling out the form below, after reading our Area GuidelinesPlease click here to read our full list of Area Guidelines. All visitors must read and follow our guidelines.

   2. Only groups of 15 and more will receive a confirmation. 

   3. When you arrive for your visit, register yourself & each vehicle in the Welcome Kiosk by the parking lot. Our registration book can be found in the box under a large map of our trails.

   4. Help us to maintain our trails and continue to conserve and protect area habitat and wildlife by leaving a donation.

   5. Enjoy your visit!

Trails are open from 4:00 am to 11:00 pm seven days a week. We do not allow dog walking, horseback riding, all-terrain vehicles, hunting, cross-country skiing or camping. 

 

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area wildlife + plants

Golden Bean
Thermopsis rhombifolia
Has alternate, compound leaves with 3 leaflets, but it also has stipules, that look like leaves that have no stem, and clasp the main stem.  Bluish green in color, smooth, or with little hair.   Flowers short, crowded into clusters.  Flowers are 1-2cm long, bright yellow color, with small black lines in the centre.
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