The mission of the Quad Squad is to promote responsible use of Alberta's Southern Rockies, and to ensure the conservation of our wilderness areas for the continued use by those who come after us.

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Crowsnest Pass Quad Squad

Photo of Crowsnest Mountain
Photo courtesy of Barry Harper

We are a family based organization enjoying year round rides throughout the Rocky Mountains of Southwest Alberta. We practice active stewardship including trail clean-ups, development, and maintenance projects, as well as providing a powerful voice for ATV enthusiasts who wish to continue to have access to off highway vehicle trails and random camping areas. The Quad Squad is also an organization member of the Alberta Off Highway Vehicle Association (AOHVA) and South West Alberta Trails Advisory Council (SWAT).

Our mission is to promote responsible use of Alberta’s Southern Rockies and to ensure the conservation of our wilderness areas for the continued use of future generations. We are focused on sustainability and place a high priority on safety and rider education. We have a pro-active multi-use trail maintenance and development program.

Membership in the Quad Squad is open to anyone who recreates in the Eastern Slopes of Alberta's Southern Rocky Mountains. Our area of interest spans Waterton National Park in the South through to the mountain parks in the North including the Castle, Porcupine Hills, C5, Indian Graves, Waiparous / Ghost / Burnt Timber, and McLean Creek.

To learn about upcoming activities, please visit our events page. If you get lost, try the search box at the top-left.

Integrity Wheels Partnership

Integrity Wheels is partnering with the CNP Quad Squad until the end of May!

Integrity Wheels will make a cash donation for every vehicle sold until the end of May.

Support the CNP Quad Squad and drop by their location at 130 W.T. Hill Blvd. S., Lethbridge, AB or visit them online at

(If they don't have what you're looking for they will find it for you!)



CNP Trails Survey

Do you recreate in the Crowsnest Pass area? If so, please
give us some feedback on our your usage of the area by clicking here and completing our survey. These gathered statistics are crucial to us to


Responsible trail enthusiasts, both motorized and non-motorized, have much in common; they have an appreciation for our public lands and want to enjoy what our public lands have to offer.


Sinister Seven

Welcome to the Sinister 7, a race that may be greatest challenge of your life. The 146km course will take you through the most rugged, remote and beautiful terrain in Alberta's stunning Rocky Mountains. With over 5,050m of elevation gain across the course, this race will punish the unprepared.

The Sinister 7 is open to solo runners or teams of up to seven and racers have 27 hours to complete the grueling event. The course is split into seven stages, each featuring a geographic and historic highlight of the area. The race's name is inspired by the treacherous Seven Sisters Mountain that looms over much of the course.

We believe in fair reward for the abuse you take so we are pleased to offer a number of high profile awards, including a prize purse of up to $1,000 in each category including top female, top male and top team. Our sponsors have generously donated addtional prizing available for all other finishes plus special awards that areannounced at the race.  Racers receive a quality tech top, a welcome dinner before the race, and all racers are invited to take part in the closing celebration and awards. All finishers, affectionately known as "Sinners" receive a medal to commemorate their experience. All racers are also invited to take part in the closing celebration and awards.

For more information please visit

Another Successful Quad Squad Bridging Project

News Release November 26, 2008 

With a $7500 grant from Alberta Conservation
Association, financial support from Devon Canada and a team of dedicated Quad Squad volunteers, a 50 foot engineered bridge has been installed over Allison Creek on the Deadmans Pass trail.  The installation will benefit all trail users who frequent the area with a new crossing to replace the wooden structure which has been out of commission for a number of years.  Trail traffic has been forced to use the stream bed for apporoximately 50 meters which has taken a toll on trout spawning beds and in fact was a dangerous crossing certain times of the year.  

The Crowsnest Pass is home to several species of
trout and Allison Creek is one of many tributaries of the Crowsnest River, a world renowned fly fishing river.  The bridging of Creeks and Streams in South Western Alberta watersheds is the goal of the Quad Squad to improve water quality and fish habitat in the Oldman River Water Basin.

All trail users are asked to use respect and utilize this new bridge while in the area of Deadmans Pass and allow nature to restore this portion of Allison Creek to a productive trout spawning channel.



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