Description: High Noon Hills refers to a wedge of land south of Highway 546 delimited to the east by the K Country boundary and to the west by Long Prairie Creek near is confluence with the Sheep River. Within it, lie a couple of foothills. Their grassy, southwest-facing slopes shed snow early, so naturally they're good choices for early Spring. Some people make them their annual fall pilgrimage to enjoy the colourful aspens. In summer, you're contending with cattle for the trails, but also enjoying meadows crammed with prairie flowers.
Hiking Distance: 5.0 Kilometers Return
Height Gain: 122 Meters / 400 Feet
High Point: 1518 Meters / 4980 Feet
Difficulty Level: Easy
Carpool Departs at 8:00 a.m., please arrive 15 minutes before. The Club suggests a compensation of 6 cents per kilometer both ways for the driver(s). We will meet in the gravel parking lot, just below the big brown H, prior to the entrance of Heritage Park.
Travel Distance: 75 Kilometers One Way
Event Coordinator: For inquiries, please contact the event coordinator Tigger / Lori at [masked] or (403)[masked]. On the day of the event, call or text me at (403)[masked].
Notice of Cancellation: The trip leader will contact registered participants by telephone or email if the trip is cancelled or postponed. Registrants are asked to contact the trip leader if they are not able to attend.
Guest Policy: Guests are welcome to 'try us out' on a couple of events. Please complete a Guest Waiver (https://calgaryskiclub.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Calgary-Ski-Club-Informed-Consent-and-Assumption-of-Risk-Agreement-.pdf) and bring it with you and provide to the trip leader.
Please check the Hiking / Outdoor Adventure Checklist at regarding recommended equipment at https://calgaryskiclub.org/resources/hiking-outdoor/#reference .
After the hike, for those that interested, we will be stopping for light snacks and refreshments in Black Diamond before returning to Heritage Park.