Our Latest Observations
We're sharing updates on the ice conditions at Abraham Lake to help you plan your adventure. Keep in mind that conditions change quickly.
This represents the conditions we have observed at a specific point in time. We do not test the ice for public safety and you should only use the information we provide as a starting when making your decisions.
Ice safety depends on many more factors than the ice conditions alone and anybody going on the ice should have the knowledge and experience required to assess the risks, or should consider going with a guide.
We update the information as we have time, based on the reports we get from our local guides and partners. We do not have the resources to post updates daily nor to provide updates on-demand.
Guided tours are available if you're looking for more information than what we can offer here, including about ice safety and the best locations to see the ice bubbles.
Abraham Lake Ice Safety
We've put together a guide with a few things to consider when you plan your Abraham Lake ice walk to make it a safe adventure.
Head Out With A Guide
Make the most of your adventure and head out with a guide. Nordegg Adventures offers guided tours on Abraham Lake from November to March. Snowshoes, ice cleats and kicksleds are also available to rent in Nordegg.
Head Out On Your Own
Sometimes you just want to head out on your own to explore the area. We get it. These are some of our observations after guiding hundreds of tours on Abraham Lake and spending many more days exploring the area on our own.