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It was super hard for me especially going down from the saddle. The loose rocks was making it slippery. Hiking boots and poles are a must! Steep all the way

6 hours ago

Great hike. Above tree line pretty quick. Lots of water melting from the snowpack for the old dog. Highly recommended.

10 hours ago

You park across the highway and cross it by foot to start the hike. The first bit had a lot of flies, but you were quickly out of that. The ascent if fairly steep for people who are not used to it, but I really enjoyed the forest bit and it was a decently easy path to navigate. It's all clearly marked. After the trees you are in like a mountain valley with tons of ground squirrels, chipmunks and a small waterfall and stream. It was full of wildflowers and very very pretty. You can either just to the loop up top or go further into the rocky bit of the mountain.

12 hours ago

Good walk for the kids and the grandparents. Super buggy but super pretty.

Sympa mais la majeure partie de la marche est dans la forêt, sans véritable point de vue sur les étangs

Very easy hiking. No real challenge. Nice to get a great walk in.

1 day ago

Great views, worth the exhaustion and burn in the legs. Not a long hike but verticle the whole way.

Nice easy trail

Reasonable traffic given proximity to town. Great views both over the Banff Springs golf course and town. Not technically difficult.