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Connecting GDMBR to Waterton via Akamina-Kishinena Trail

Old 01-24-21, 04:54 PM
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Connecting GDMBR to Waterton via Akamina-Kishinena Trail

I posted this over on the Touring Forum but didn't get much response so I thought I would post here as well. This is a long-shot but I figure it is worth trying.

I am looking at doing a Tuktoyaktuk, NWT, to Mexico bike tour in 2022, a mix of pavement to singletrack. While I know at least one or two riders have ridden the Akamina-Kishinena Trail in years past, I am trying to see if anyone has done it recently and/or has a GPX track of it? If you have done it, what were the conditions like east of the bridge at the end of Kishimena Creek Rd. to Akamina Pkwy/Range Road in Waterton National Park?

Here is a what I think the route is from near Butts Cabin on the GDMBR to Waterton National Park. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/35059459

Tailwinds, John
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