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13 hours ago

Poorly marked trail but marked nonetheless, just have to keep your eyes peeled. Once you pass the old logging road the trail is marked very well with ribbons and little inukshuks. Steep as hell but worth the climb. Definitely make sure to hike up to Brew Hut from lake for the 360 views.

First class views of Overlord Glacier! Don't miss this trail.

Best hike of my life.

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14 hours ago

Get out there early, and you'll miss most of the crowds, especially if you keep heading up to Little Beehive.

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15 hours ago

Awesome hike, great views, different options. Highly recommended! Definitely also recommend a truck to get to the trailhead, doable in a SUV but the road is very rough

Awesome day! Easy but long hike.

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16 hours ago

very grueling and steep. If you can manage the hike up the rewards start at about the 5k mark with a detour to the left to see a beautiful waterfall. then at the 6k mark there is a campsite with beautiful meadows and a small lake with another waterfall behind. absolutely stunning! another 1.5k and we finally reached the glacier which was really interesting. a long day but well worth the sore legs. took us 7 hours total but we stopped a lot to take pics and just take it all in.

Beautiful lake and a varied, interesting hike. We enjoyed this short hike.

The trail follows right next to the road much of the way. At times it feels like you're hiking on the soft shoulder and the sound of traffic reverberates over the trail which is unfortunate. The trail leads you to the overcrowded day area by Alouette Lake. We walked a little further and found a secluded beach area, luckily. On the way back we did the Loop and Lookout trails which were uninspiring. Our hike was about 18km total (4.5 hours including a lunch break at the lake). I would not do this hike again.

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17 hours ago

17 hours ago

Beautiful foresty area.

17 hours ago

Beautiful foresty area.

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18 hours ago

Nice moderate trail- chiens acceptés, baignade incontournable au Lac Lyster

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18 hours ago

Great hike. Lots of varying terrain but mostly uphill. The subalpine is quite steep but you can see the top, therefore, the motivation to continue will be there. It's a very rewarding view! Although it was very cold and lightly snowing in August at the top! Took us 3hr to the tram and another 30 minutes to the summit, with multiple breaks.