Three Sisters Pass is a 3.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Alberta, Alberta, Canada that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and rock climbing and is accessible from May until October.
The first 4 km up Stewart Creek is fairly simple. As you enter the base of the Sister's Bowl you will see the Middle Sister faux summit. Don't be fooled. You've a long way to go. Stop for a bite a basecamp and keep going. The view is well worth the plod.
The views were fantastic. The trails were little bit hard to find especially since we were doing it after snows a day and two days before. The creek was bit a challenge especially on the way back because of the melting snow that make current little strong and the bed was slippery.
The hike was well worth the views without all the people. The trail can be hard to find at times, just follow the rocky bed up to the pass. It took my partner and I 3.5 hours including time spent at the top admiring the views.
Good trail! not very well marked, but there's a little bit to of a path. About half way up you just follow the stream an look for a good rock trail to follow. Recommended as a spring/ summer hike. Watch for weather moving in ig moves quick!!! we had to abort our first attempt due to flash blizzard.
Might of been nice but, our hike was a no going, snowshoes required!!! March 27th