Explore the best dogs on leash 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.

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on The Big Beehive Trail

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on Sunwapta Falls

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While an extremely beautiful hike, with the weather this time of year it is extremely dangerous. If you’re going up now make sure you have snow shoes, the snow is 3+ feet deep once you hit about 3.25 miles in (probably more now). The trail is not visible anymore. The weather was so bad when we hit 3.5 miles we had to turn around right before the Mt. Edith/Cory Pass crossing.

Close to home and decent views that you don’t need to work hard for.

There is a loud factory close to the trail which made the 1st part of the hike unappealing.

Easy trail even in bad weather. Beautiful lake. We took the lower trail back which is a bit more challenging. Must do hike if staying in Canmore. 1 1/2 hours tops including time to sit and enjoy the views.

Nice trail, with some great views of the falls. No gear needed.

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2 days ago

Nice trail for a fall hike. A skiff of snow at the base of the trail, turning into about 10 cm up at the lake. Made it up to the lake in mostly sunshine, then a small squall blew in from the West bringing light snow and blustery winds. Nice hike; a great way to close off the hiking season.

nice easy trail.. multiple trails in the same area.. Seen some gray jays around the trail

A steady incline of infinite switchbacks. A much better way than paying $60 on the gondola to get up Sulphur, but not the most interesting of hikes. Most of the time is spent switchbacking under the gondola.

2 days ago

on Nihahi Ridge Trail

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