A beautiful drive with so many places to stop and see along the way!!

scenic driving
25 days ago

A beautiful drive that I took for 9 days straight, and I loved every second of it! It's a highway that you won't mind being stuck behind truckers trying to make their climb in front of you. Don't forget to check out beautiful Yoho National Park, as it's on the way!

We drove this "trail" but we shared the road with several bikers, runners, and walkers. It's a nice, scenic drive perfect for an afternoon after a strenuous day of hiking.

Short, peaceful in the mornings

hiking
1 month ago

Very smooth elevation with a 2 to 2,5h up and down. Great views at the end

Very smooth elevation with a 2 to 2,5h up and down. Great views at the end

Very smooth elevation with a 2 to 2,5h up and down. Great views at the end

Wow! Gorgeous!!

scenic driving
1 month ago

Great drive. So much to see on Vancouver island. Love it even on a rainy day

Beautiful touristy spot

hiking
3 months ago

scenic driving
6 months ago

Alberta’s Icefields Parkway (Highway 93 North) is a world-class not to miss experience and one of Canada's national treasures. We traveled from Banff National Park through the heart of this Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site, passing crystal blue turquoise mountain lakes, glaciers, waterfalls, and broad sweeping valleys. The parkway links Lake Louise with Jasper and you should expect to spend a minimum of three hours each way. One of the most beautiful journeys on the planet, this double-lane highway follows along the Continental Divide between towering rocky mountain peaks, and you might see big horn sheep, deer, black bears, and coyotes along the route. We saw a black bear run across the road in front of us. We also stopped at jaw-dropping Peyto Lake, where a short walk takes you to breath-taking views. At the Columbia Icefields just inside Jasper National Park is the Athabasca Glacier, where we walked on the glacier upwind against a driving, freezing sleet. You can also take a tour using a big snow cat further up onto the glacier and can purchase tickets at the visitor center. The Parkway is something you just can’t pass up if you visit Banff and the road is open. Enjoy!

It was an easy trail and a good way to spend a few hours

Nice place if you avoid the campers. Not easy stroll. Though there are some swampy crossing with only sticks and logs as your bridge. Don't be fooled by what may look like solid ground neat the end of those logs... I was, but luckily my hikers are waterproof lol.

If you go in spring, be prepared for lots of mud.

And while in the park, we did see a few bison.

My only beef is with smokers.. We picked up so many cigarette bugs on the tail.

Great just go there it's a good few hours to be outside

10 months ago

Hiked this trail numerous times there are some soggy areas. Well maintained lots of wildlife to see if you are light on your feet. Give yourself 5 hours