This park is amazing there is pathways on the edges of the valley for some stunning views and a far but beautiful view of the rockies. You can take a pathway to go down in the valley there is many hiking trials that branch off. For wildlife this is one of the only parks you will see the Tundra Swan before it like a between spot as they migrate. The unfortunate part for cyclist is that some of the best trails to not allow bikes and off very few options to lock up your'e bike. I would defiantly recommend going but more later in the spring when the majority of the path ways melt because they can be very icy and dangerous. If you plan to go off trial bring hiking boots. And also bring bear spray or bear bells
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