Explore the best dog friendly trails in Alberta with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Chantal F. on Canyon Creek Ice Cave Trail
Such an amazing hike, especially knowing your destination is an unreal cave with outstanding views. Don't forget your head lamp
April 19,2017. Trail is dry for the most part but there are quite a few mud, snow and ice patches. We could bypass most of it and my mom used her hiking poles. Crocuses are blooming at the lookout and all in all It was the perfect hike, with a dog within 30 minutes of the city. Can't wait to go back with our kids!
Lovely trail ! Best to bike in for the first part of the hike which is a lengthy section along a dirt road. The beginning of this hike is pretty muddy but turns dry after. The cave is amazing ! Be sure to bring a headlamp to get the full experience.
Decent grind up the mountain. Was caught in a blizzard past the tree line, but having done this previously the views are nice on a clear day. Very slick conditions with the trail being iced up overlain with a skiff of powder. Traction aids recommended until it warms up.
This is like a candy hike. It is not very long but you have everything you want in a hike. Nice elevation, nice scramble and nice summit view.
I'll have to say that the climbing is very steep and it is harder than other hike because of that, but the view at the top is very nice!
Manisha K. on Ha Ling Trail to Ha Ling Peak
August 25, 2016