Detour required for access to Tunnel Mountain Trail
The lower trailhead to the Tunnel Mountain Trail will remain closed until at least July 27.For your own safety, please do not enter the construction site, unless you are resident of the street accessing your home, and only when safe to do so.
Access to the trail is now only possible via the upper trailhead on Tunnel Mountain Drive.
Signage is in place to direct hikers to detour to Wolverine Street and up the Ken Madsen Path, through the Banff Centre, and up St Julien Way to Tunnel Mountain Drive and the upper trailhead. Large signs are placed at intersections, and "bread-crumb" lawn signs help hikers navigate the full route to Tunnel Mountain Drive.
Scheduled impact on residents for July 15-24Most homes on St. Julien Road will have only intermittent closures of driveway access
in this period. The red phases in the matrix schedule below indicate full-day closures and the yellow phases indicate intermittent closures that involve movement of heavy vehicles and machinery
. Residents are asked to be extremely cautious when exiting their properties or entering the site, and to make sure to communicate with workers and flaggers on the site.
This week ahead, the status of resident-only access points
to St. Julien Road:
- Wolf Street and Grizzly entrance to St. Julien: closed Monday / Tuesday
- St. Julien Way (top of road) access to St. Julien Rd: open
- Wolverine Street entrance to St. Julien: open
- Wolverine St. back alley: closed all week
These homes' driveways on St. Julien Road are scheduled for full-day closures
(schedules can change depending on weather and the complexity of connections with private properties):
St. Julien Road is closed to public access by vehicle, bicycle or by foot. St. Julien Road will be closed until October.
- 206 Grizzly Street (closed July 18-21)
- 220 St. Julien Rd. (closed July 18-20)
- 609 Wolf Street (closed July 18)
View and download the UPDATED schedule matrix for impact on individual homes.