Explore the most popular fly fishing 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.

skiing
20 hours ago

snowshoeing
5 days ago

We rented snow shoes and poles from the U of C outdoor centre. Worked out to about $13 a person! Great little hike, fresh air, nice steady incline at the beginning. A couple feet of snow out there. The paths are good but there is room to venture in to some fresh powder :)

hiking
11 days ago

Good moderate hike, we started early and no one was on the trail. As we descended from the lakes the trail became a bit more busy. Round trip 4 1/2 hrs.

snowshoeing
16 days ago

One of my favourite snowshoes... especially on a weekday when there's not many people on the trail.

on Chester Lake Trail

snowshoeing
28 days ago

This is a fun snowshoe trail. the only downside is that there are alot of people.

snowshoeing
29 days ago

Amazing trail! Pretty good incline in the beginning but well worth it! Lots of snow as well and it was snowing while we were there, which added to the beauty!

Hiked it in the beginning of November. There is a bunch of snow, but it was well accessible in without any special equipment though. Frozen lakes and waterfall were amazing. A quite short easy/ moderate hike (if you choose the more difficult path).

skiing
1 month ago

I went around a month ago and it was honestly such a good time! A little slippery because of the snow but it wasn’t hard to hike. Stunning views! Definitely worth it.

snowshoeing
1 month ago

We went out early to beat the crowd, and we did. Coming back to the car, the snowshoe trail was quite busy. Easy trail to follow. Steady climbs with a couple of nice valleys to rest the legs before the next climb.

snowshoeing
1 month ago

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