Tom Snow is a K-co Classic. A great ride with lots of variety and rolling hills. Only 180m from the lowest to highest point BUT add 'em up. It involves 1134m of climbing (and interestingly only 1125m of descending, hmmm, well GPS isn't perfect.)
From Station Flats, cycle 1.4km to the Allen Bill Pond parking area, take the trail starting at the NE end of parking lot and go under the highway. Don't take the first turn to the right, but go about 810m from the bridge, just past the map/sign then turn right. There are several ways to make a loop out of this. You can go straight into the West Bragg parking area (and make a dash into town for lunch) or bypass it a bit and get around to Tom Snow that away.
The enclosed track log shows an alternate way to get there. A way that includes humping your bikes through a slough. A wet slough. You've been warned.
How to get there:
South of Calgary, west on Highway 22x (turns into #66). Drive 9.3km West of the SECOND Bragg Creek Entrance, park at Station Flats parking area.