The river and surrounding area upstream from the release point, including the Town of Sundre, was not impacted by the release; the river is waiting.
Sundre is an important Alberta tourist destination for fishing, camping, golfing, hiking, ATVing and white water rafting. The town (and surrounding area) is open for business. We sincerely hope our pipeline incident will not affect your decision to visit Sundre. For more information about central Alberta tourism, the Town of Sundre, and recreational activities in the area, please visit:
Looking for a change of scenery and some summer time fun – why not pack up the entire family and check out what Gleniffer Lake has to offer?
Along the shores of Gleniffer Lake are sandy beaches, boat launches, day-use areas, a campground, and resort developments which include a private marina and a golf course.
To learn more about what this recreation and tourism destination has to offer, visit www.goglenifferlake.com for more details.
Dickson Trout Pond
Questions regarding the Dickson Trout Pond can be directed to Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation at 403-340-7691 from Monday to Friday during regular office hours.
Cottonwood Day-Use Area
The Cottonwood day-use area will remain closed until spring 2013 to allow the natural and newly planted vegetation to take hold and grow.