Iron Horse Trail, Alberta facts for kids

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The Iron Horse Trail is a rail trail located in east-central Alberta in Canada. The 300 km-long, multi-use recreational trail is used by all-terrain vehicles, but also used by horses, mountain bikes, hikers, and snowmobiles, depending upon the season.

The trail occupies a former Canadian National Railway line's right-of-way from Waskatenau to Cold Lake, with an arm branching off to Heinsburg. It is part of the Trans Canada Trail.

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