Indefatigable Trail is a 4.7 mile out and back trail located near Alberta, Alberta, Canada and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for walking and is accessible from June until November.
In and out of the tree line but beautiful views the whole way up. Sleeper as you get out of the trees before a shorter scramble to the summit. Be sure to walk along the ridge. Great day out. Definitely my favourite hike so far
It's a decommissioned trail because of grizzly habitat but very hard but worth it
Amazing, very hard for beginners, but totally worth it.
Shorter hike with a lot of quick elevation gain. The trail is decommissioned do to Bear activity.
The summit is amazing with lakes below and a great view of the mountain range.
The scramble at the top is difficult at points, with not much to slow down a fall.
Would definitely do again.
Beautiful views for the majority of the hike