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Hiking Trails



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Wedge Pond Trail

Kananaskis

(1 km/0.6 mi loop; easy; Map A, 8J) Start 34 km/21 south of Hwy 1. This trail rings the pond,

Upper Kananaskis Lake

Kananaskis

(16 km/10 mi loop; easy; no bikes; Map A, 8E) Start at Kananaskis Lakes Tr road, 51 km/32 mi south

Upper & Lower Kananaskis Lakes

Kananaskis

Scenic locale. Options for recreation in the area include boating (launch ramp; motors allowed), fishing (rainbow, brown, lake and bull

Tunnel Mountain

Banff

(2.3 km/1.4 mi; moderate; no bikes; Map 3, 15K) From downtown Banff, climb from the St Julien Rd parking lot

Troll Falls

Kananaskis

(1.8 km/1.1 mi; easy; no bikes; Map A, 8L) Start at Stoney Trailhead or Ribbon Creek Day Use area. At

Sunshine Meadows

Banff

(short easy strolls to long strenuous hikes; no bikes; Map 1, 10A) Sightseeing gondola (Fri-Mon) or alpine shuttle (Tues-Thurs) from Sunshine

Ptarmigan Cirque

Kananaskis

(5 km/3.1 mi; moderate; Map A, 10E) Start at Highwood Pass on Hwy 40, 68 km/42 mi south of Hwy

Plain Of Six Glaciers

Lake Louise

(5.3 km/3.3 mi; moderate; no bikes; Map 2, 14N) Walk from the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise via the Highline trail

Marsh Boardwalk

Banff

(.5 km/.3 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 3, 19B) Start to the right of Cave & Basin. An interpretive loop

Marl Lake

Kananaskis

(3.6 km/2.2 mi loop; easy; no bikes; Map A, 9E) Start at Elkwood Campground off Kananaskis Lakes Tr, 56 km

Marble Canyon

, Kootenay National Park

(.8 km/.5 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 1, 6I) Follow pounding, glacier-fresh Tokumm Creek from Hwy 93S (13 km/8 mi

Lake Louise Shore Walk

Lake Louise

(2 km/1.2 mi or less; easy; no bikes; Map 2, 14C) Start at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. The lake, mountain

Lake Agnes

Lake Louise

(3.5 km/2.2 mi; moderate; Map 2, 14N) From the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, walk to a lovely hanging valley above

King Creek

Kananaskis

(.8 km/.5 mi; easy; no bikes; Map A, 9G) Start east side of Hwy 40, 51 km/32 mi from Hwy

Johnston Canyon

Banff

(1.1 km/.7 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 1, 8C) From Johnston Canyon Resort, walk the interpretive trail that follows the

Johnson Lake Trail

Banff

(3 km/1.9 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 3, 5G) From the picnic site and beach (popular for swimming), this loop

Grotto Canyon Trail

, Canmore

(4 km/2.5 mi; easy; no bikes; Map A, 8O) Hike along a limestone walled creek bed to Grotto Falls (and

Grassi Lakes

Canmore

(2 km/1.2 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 4, 11A) Starting beyond the Canmore Nordic Centre, this trail (keep left) rises

Consolation Lakes

Moraine Lake

(3 km/1.9 mi; easy; no bikes; Map 2, 18A) Walk from Moraine Lake (Lake Louise area) to the two Consolation
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