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awesome trail.

1 day ago

Very challenging and hard trail, but very nice. We started from Deep cove and made it all up to the deep backcountry of Elsey Lake. We were sleeping in the hut where a mouse was providing us a companionship. Next day were the peaks of Mt. Seymour on the programm, with a beautiful view. Nice hike which took us 2 times a 8 hours walk. We were really lucky with the weather.


Very nice maintened trail. It is easy and it is fast to reach the end which is absolutely beautiful. Rocky shore and mountains all around. We were camping in the park (the campsites are about halfway between the parking and the end of the trail) so we could go there during sunset and it completely worths it. The camping is free. We really enjoyed that park!

Nice little trail with an amazing view on the top! The trail goes up little bit steeply, but it is not long and the view at the top worths it. The complete roud-trip trail (with a long break on top!) took us approximately 3 hours.
We were camping at the Smuggler Cove which is at 25 minutes drive. Very nice weekend!

This by far the best walk I have done in a while! We did the 5.6km loop ( not up to Togo) and would recommend that, it was perfection this loop!

Views in every direction!

Easy walk and mostly flat, a bit of mud at the end.

Not too many people but enough you weren't worried about bears.

Dragonflies by the lake and beautiful colours of the water from different angels. Gorgeous reflections at some points too.

Loved it and highly recommend!!

We did this short hike and a few others to break up a drive.

Enjoyed spotting birds and frogs!

I don't know why this is rated moderate, it was a really easy walk. Its not like we are incredibly fit people either!

It was a nice hike. If you are looking for something easy to stretch your legs. The let down is hearing the traffic near by :(

A nice walk through the woods that eventually opens up on some interesting and exciting views of the canyon. These trails are primarily used by mountain bikers, but make great hiking trails too. Well maintained. Watch for wildlife in the area.

1 day ago

1 day ago

This was a really nice starter jaunt to the day. Quite interesting and easy. We did the trail across the Kicking Horse river and then crossed the road to start this hike just to add a bit more time.

2 days ago

This was an awesome, relatively short hike - 45 minutes to the top, if you're fairly fit. The views were fabulous and walking through the forest on the way was lovely. I'd have rated this as moderate - there are a couple of steep parts (but you can walk a longer, less steep route should you choose). The trail was well-marked trail. Will definitely do this one again.

2 days ago