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Trails at Calabogie Peaks

Lost Valley Trail Lookout
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Distance:Bear Claw Trail: 2.5
Skywalk Trail: 1.5
Lost Valley Trail: 4.0 km.
Trail Types:Unpaved, ‘shoulder width’ paths
Difficulty:Easy to Medium.


There are 3 trails at Calabogie Peaks Resort. – Bear Claw, Skywalk and Lost Valley.

Bear Claw: Great for children, families and seniors, this trail is an easy, 2.5 km self-guided interpretive hike through a hardwood forest exploring the local history of the area.

Skywalk: Accessed on summer and fall weekends via chairlift, the Skywalk is an easy 1.5 km  interpretive loop trail situated at the top of Dickson Mountain offering spectacular panoramic vistas of Calabogie Lake and the Lost Valley.

Lost Valley: The Lost Valley Trail, a medium level of difficulty trail, explores a majestic forest setting. It first ascends to the Juniper Ridge Lookout with a panoramic view of Calabogie Lake and then continues as a moderately undulating  4km loop encompassing various rock outcroppings, small wetland ponds and towering pockets of old white pine . The ascent may be “challenging” for some people.

How to Get There: 

Calabogie Peaks Resort is located 5 km west of Calabogie off Hwy #508 at the intersection of #508 and Barrett Chute Rd.

Further Information:

The Bear Claw and Lost Valley trails begin and end behind Dickson Manor at Calabogie Peaks Resort.  The Skywalk trail at the top of Dickson Mountain is accessed via chairlift on summer and fall weekends.

Trail maps are available at Dickson Manor or online at

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