Explore the most popular National Parks in British Columbia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
1 day ago

Great trail. The road to the start of the trail was closed so we had an extra 2km added on each way. The trail was well groomed, lots of shelter from the sun especially if you’re expecting to go on the warm hot days. We hiked right down to the river and ate a lunch. The views were so beautiful and we would definitely recommend this hike to anyone. We hiked with 2 kids aged 13 and 10! Took us 3.5 hours with a lunch break in between!

muddy
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

hiking
snow
2 days ago

I did this hike back in February. Beautiful view from the top and very quiet to hike during this time. I would definitely recommend hiking this one in snowshoes in the winter

Dog and I had the whole beach to ourselves! Was pure bliss:)

walking
no shade
5 days ago

Stunning walk along the beach! My dog and I walked it back in March of this year. It's so big it felt like we had the whole beach to ourselves!

It is a beautiful place, but it feels like the trail never ends.

hiking
8 days ago

(Backpacked mid July 2019) One of the most gorgeous hikes I’ve done. We did the Iceline over whaleback and down to twin falls, laughing falls etc. HIGHLY recommend doing the circuit counter clockwise!!! Visiting Stanley Mitchell hut and playing board games with strangers from around the world was a such a wonderful experience. I would absolutely recommend this trail. Entire circuit is doable in one day (including whaleback) if you’re a very advanced and speedy hiker however we took our time, savouring every single view, and spent two nights on the trail. Will do this trail again simply for the joy of it.

hiking
9 days ago

I still am unsure how I did this.

hiking
blowdown
14 days ago

So cool to find hoodoos outside of the badlands. A fun scramble over a blowdown of trees about 3/4 up. I imagine it will be cleared soon.

17 days ago

Takakkaw Falls Parking           51.5000595        N   -116.4741267            W   

on Wapta Falls

17 days ago

Wapta Falls Parking      51.203930°N 116.585142°W

on Emerald Lake Trail

17 days ago

Emerald Lake Parking           51.438311030784895       N    -116.5406469628215       W       

Peyto Lake parking          51.71663542257378     N      -116.4985342696309     W     

hiking
30 days ago

This is more of a question, where do you park if the parking lots are all closed? Is there a different place or is it just right on the highway. Thanks !

hiking
1 month ago

Charming little boardwalks. Snow is nearly gone. A bit icy. Road is ok without snowshoes

snow
1 month ago

went on Feb. 26, perfect place for snowshoeing. Tons of snow. Paint pots were all covered by snow, might come back in Summer.

Boat rentals are really expensive.

hiking
1 month ago

Starts of flat and easy, then a nice climb to the hoodos! Enjoy the views from the top

hiking
1 month ago

Trail was a little muddy, easy hike in and out. Lake is amazing

hiking
1 month ago

Was pleasantly surprised by the condition of the trail! Nice packed snow, we didn’t use snow shoes and had no problems. The gate was closed so we had to walk 2km to the trail head, and then the trail itself was 2.5km. It took us 50 mins each way. Mostly flat the entire way until you get to the waterfall. In the summer I would imagine you can get a lot closer to the water itself but beautiful nonetheless. Well worth the hike!

hiking
icy
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Planning on heading here this summer, it looks like an amazing view. I can't wait! Also, Della Falls is the tallest waterfall in Canada.

hiking
fee
icy
snow
2 months ago

Wapta Falls in the Winter, bit of a longer hike but fairly easy/flat till the end. Definitely worth the hike!

on Wapta Falls

hiking
icy
snow
2 months ago

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