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Kananaskis Conservation Pass

Beginning June 1, 2021 you will be required purchase a daily or yearly pass to experience Kananaskis Country and the Bow Valley Corridor while supporting conservation efforts in the area.

All vehicles stopping in Kananaskis Country and provincial sites in the Bow Valley Corridor will need to purchase a Kananaskis Conservation Pass. Sales begin June 1.

Buy your pass online and register your licence plate – no stickers or hangtags needed. Passes can also be purchased in-person or by using Wi-Fi at Kananaskis Visitor Information Centres (Barrier, Elbow and Peter Lougheed) and the Canmore Nordic Centre Day Lodge.

By purchasing a pass you’re helping keep this special part of Alberta beautiful and protected for generations to come.

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