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Good for the kids. Not great in minus twenty however.

Nice little walk around the lake. Nothing strenuous at all. Snow wasn't to deep.

hiking
24 days ago

Hiked this after recent snowfall and trail was hard to find. Hiked along river majority of time and made for an enjoyable trip with some great scenercy

Hiked this late February, trail had little snow and summit was easily accessible. Clear day and had amazing views!

We did this trail in the winter with a baby carrier. Super easy to get to the first falls. No major spots where falling is dangerous. Where it was icy, we just walked through the snow on the sides (it is a fairly flat hike). We almost made it to the 2nd falls but turned around because it was a bit too dangerous for our liking with a baby. A wonderful winter hike for the family!

on Siffleur Falls

hiking
1 month ago

Absolutely love this hike. Not a difficult hike at all so it is perfect for young kids or beginner hikers. Beautiful views and the trail is maintained (most of the way) No camping or fires allowed.

Favourite hike. Went up with family for an overnight camping trip.

hiking
2 months ago

We parked by the outhouses as the road to the falls was closed. And easy walk down the hill to the lookout. There had been heavy snowfall the two days prior so there was no trail. The frozen falls were beautiful. I always recommend this easy hike if in the area.

hiking
3 months ago

Awesome hike. I've done it a few times now and every time the first fall is just as amazing. The next falls are cool but not as scenic as the first. Definitely recommend it for anyone.

backpacking
4 months ago

Amazing hike, breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and a pretty remote area. Didn't make it all the way to the lake, stopped about a mile short of it and made camp because the rest of the way was under waist-deep snow. This was during the last week of June. Trail is pretty hard to follow in places; had to bushwhack to find the trail after the Landslide Lake trail junction. There's also a couple stream crossings; one crossing was about knee-deep. Saw some mountain sheep on the hoodoos by the Cline River and a moose. Woke up the next morning to find fresh cougar tracks near my tent.

did this hike late November and they are not kidding when they so difficulty hard. it is straight up and straight back down. walking sticks/poles would be a great idea. the view is incredible!

Just did this hike for the second time November long weekend. A little hung over and started late so we had to turn around before finishing so we would get out before dark. Will definitely do it again and camp next time.