Explore the most popular walking 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.

hiking
9 hours ago

Done today (December 17) ice cleats are definitely an asset - although you could probably make it to the falls without.
Creek is beautiful and half frozen!
Wouldn't call this a hike more of a nature walk but it gets you out to some incredible rock and places to explore!

Did this one in mid-december was in great condition. Easy, short scramble with no technical challenges. Can be done in less than 3 hours at a decent pace. Some snow on the way to the summit but did not need cleats, however I would recommend bringing them depending on your comfort level. Going a bit off trail you can climb some fun slabs on the way to the south scree slopes. Great views of Ha Ling and Mt Lawrence Grassi to the east pretty much the whole way, especially once you reach the treeline.

hiking
10 hours ago

A very easy and pleasurable hike. I did it in December and it was enjoyable.

Dec 17,2017
Headed out for an 11 am start. Start of the trail is REALLY icy. Recommend ice grippers on your shoes if you are doing this hike. The backside of the Loop is in great condition.

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skiing
20 hours ago

Very little ice and snow. Amazing conditions for mid December!

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