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Excellent trail. A little busy but the views at the top are incredible. We went in the month of July and could hear small avalanches in the distance every now and then at the top.

Great hike, snow for the final 1.5km through the meadow. Lots of wildflowers already.

trail running
2 days ago

I just ran up to the teahouse this past Friday (I believe it's a little over 420m elevation gain?), and it was great! Busy at the beginning of course, and still some snow along the way. Took an hour and a half - stunning views!

Amazing trail with stunning views! The reward of the meal at the end of the trek is pricey but well worth it! Bring cash. Take time to go the extra 1.4k to see the glaciers up close. I highly recommend heading up to Lake Agnes on the hike back out. Gets a bit tough in the last 400m from the blue tea house sign but totally worth the struggle! Heading back to the lake from Lake Agnes on the left is an easy downhill after the rest and you can enjoy Mirror Lake along the way. Took our time but made for a good 8 hour hiking experience. Last shuttle buses to the Lake Louise overflow parking leave at 6pm FYI. ;)

A wonderful hike up the mountain to the tea room. Beautiful views.

A friend and I and our children (5,3, and 1) only went as far as the lake. Good trek in! Will be doing again and one day make it all the way to tombstone!

8 days ago

There are multiple segments covered in snow and avalanche debris, but more than doable for the average go. Wear hiking boots. No need for any other equipment. Beautiful views.