The trails are open for hiking and mountain biking during the rest of the year.
Moe’s Canyon is not truly a canyon but a narrow, steep-sided valley about 2.5 km long that features a small old-growth stand of western larch trees. There are only about a dozen large larches with trunk diameters of about a metre.
This trail is best for hikers in spring for wildflowers or during the second week of October when the larches are in their golden autumn colour. This trail is best suited to hiking. (Not suitable for mountain bikes, as the trail follows a talus-filled gully. Neither is Moe’s Canyon recommended for cross-country skiers, as the trail emerges onto the lower face of the Kimberley Alpine Resort downhill ski hill and the Moe’s Canyon slopes could avalanche in high-risk conditions.)