Powderface Trail is a 34km (21 mile) long scenic road from Highway 68 (Sibbald Creek Trail) to AB-66. The road cuts through remote Kananaskis Country environs, running alongside creeks and dense coniferous forests. There is no cell phone coverage. This road requires

Wolf S3

Wolf S3 is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 2.164m (7,099ft) in the Selkirk Mountains. It’s one of the highest mountain roads of the country. The average gradient is 15.47%. The road to the summit, located within the Rocky Mountains, is unpaved with 10 hairpin turns. It

Bow Pass

Bow Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.088m (6,850ft) above the sea level, located in the Canadian province of Alberta. It's one of the highest roads of the country. Located in the Waputik Range, part of the Canadian Rockies, the road to
Canoe Mountain Road is leading to the top of Canoe Mountain. It is one of the highest roads of the country. Road is closed during winter. With gradient of 14.35% this 12.6km road is leading directly to a CBC TV tower perching on the edge of a precipice. The

White Mountain Road / Junction with 168 To Barcroft Field Station / From 168 road, the first 10.2m are paved. The rest is gravel surface. The road climbs up several mountain passes. It runs entirely over 3.000m. The road is very steep but not that demanding. The average gradient is 6%. Open to all motorized vehicles, however, strongly recommended for 4-wheel drive vehicles.

Rock Creek Road / Start on west side of Highway 395, by Tom's Place. From there the ascent is 16.73km (10,4m) long. Elevation gains 969 meters. The average gradient is 5.79% with some sections up to 10.4%. The road is pretty steep. Take it all the way up Mosquito Flats Eden Landing

Smith Dorrien Trail also known as Highway 742 is a very scenic gravel ride, 62km long, through the scenic Smith-Dorrien Valley. The ride connects town of Canmore and Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. Highest point of the road is the Smith-Dorrien Pass, at 1.905m (6,250ft). It’s pretty easy to drive, no need for an SUV. The drive is definitely worth it. There are

Highwood Pass at an elevation of 2.217m (7,273ft). It lies west of Mount Rae and Mount Arethusa within the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park on Alberta Highway 40. The Highwood River originates in the pass. Kananaskis Trail runs through the pass, and

Gray Creek Pass /  high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.072m from Kimberley to Crawford Bay. 90km of gravel. Extremely rough, narrow and steep with grades up to 16%. Recommend only for high clearance vehicles.

Laguna Ninococha Or Mysterious Plane /  In Lauricocha Province and close to Laguna Ninococha a mysterious plane appeared !! Mystery or what ? Nevertheless a gravel mine road leading you up to 5.016m (16,456ft) by Laguna Ninococha. Of the highest roads in the country.