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We did this as a nice easy short non technical hike to finish the day nice view over Banff & golf course

Nice hike steep but short, fantastic views at the summit. Trail is very slick ice in places due to the amount of traffic, we did it in trainers without poles but was tricky. We went early in the morning gets busy by midday.

Beautiful trail with amazing views at the summit. It's quite a steep hike, but short. Since there is a lot of traffic the trail can get pretty slick, especially near the summit where there is more snow. We brought hiking poles and were fine.

Beautiful especially in October . Surrounded with trees, quiet and peaceful!

Not a very technical trail, great for beginners. We have also done this in spring where there was snow and ice and we did just fine. Good views of Banff

I absolutely loved this hike. I was challenging since it is a steep incline with a little scramble at the end to get to the peak. It was super windy the day I went but it was worth the views. My friend had her dog with us and she managed just fine but I could see it being hard for some smaller dogs. If you have the time definitely check it out! I think it took us around 3 hours but we spent a good 25 mins sitting at the top eating a snack and taking in the views!

This trail would have made 5 stars for the scenery and level of walk (for a very overweight beginer to walking for weightloss and health). But the stench is soooo horrific at times on the trail that I will not be coming back.

Tunnel is a good first mountain climb experience. The path is wide and feels safe. Nice views of Banff and the golf course.

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Great little hike with gorgeous views. Fall is starting to arrive so there was plenty of colour!