Experience Guide | Tourism Medicine Hat

Devonian Trail This paved trail features the South Saskatchewan River, Historic Finlay Bridge, and Historic Railway Bridge. If you find yourself in Medicine Hat’s Historic Downtown, this trail is only a few blocks away. A starting point could be behind the Medicine Hat Public Library. Local Tip: Stop by the World’s Largest Chess Set and GIANT King Piece before heading onto this trail!

Medicine Hat has 155 kilometres of trails that lead you around the coulees, up and down the hills, throughout the trees, and along the South Saskatchewan River. A trail can be found in every neighbourhood in Medicine Hat. Whether you’re taking a stroll, biking, rollerblading, or skateboarding, you’re able to explore the City solely on the paved trails. Saratoga Trail Between Kin Coulee Park and Strathcona Island Park, this paved trail makes for a nice, long outing and the perfect bike ride. It connects with so many other trails; the whole experience is in your hands. Local Tip: What is now Saratoga Park, Métis people called home for over a century — the space was announced a Municipal Historic Resource in 2021!

McCutcheon Trail Atop a northside coulee in the neighbourhood of Crescent Heights, there is a trail that brings panoramic views of Medicine Hat — its Historic Down town and the other natural scenes in the City. In the far distance, you will see the rolling hills in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.

Local Tip: Stop by one of Medicine Hat’s newest coffee shops, Ooh la la! Coffee Shop for a drink and freshly-baked snack!




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