Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Canada with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

12 hours ago

A nice way to end the old growth trail before stopping At the lodge for a beer.

Awesome hike to do with the family. We took a 6 year old & two 3 year olds on the difficult trail and they loved it. Lakes at the end are all closed off though for reclamation, so not much to do or see once you get to the top.

Gorgeous hike that accommodated our kids and a husband toughing it out on crutches. I've never seen water such a beautiful turquoise color like that. Would hike it again in a heartbeat.

mountain biking
14 hours ago

good trail as fun for biking

16 hours ago

Beautiful short trail. The suspension bridge is incredibly busy with tourists. However, the trail itself is much calmer. Took about 35 mins a decent pace.

Beautiful trail but I would not rate this as easy or kid friendly. If you have older kids (7 years and up) maybe. It gets steep at times and the wooden steps are slippery after rains and metal poles stick out of the ground at unexpected places along the trail. Needs to be better maintained. The creek and waterfall are beautiful, however you often hear road sounds so it’s not a complete serene hike. Many dog walkers leave behind bags of dog waste which ruins it for everyone else. There is a trash bin at the start of the trail near the waterfall and parking is small (and they issue tickets when parked outside the lot boundary). The trail connects with another section of Bruce Trail so you can park somewhere else and hike a bit longer to avoid the parking mayhem.

Beautiful views ! Easy trail, go early it gets pretty crowded.

17 hours ago

Good change to an alpine hike from more typical lower mainland trails. Nice flowers, butterflies and birds as well. The views at the top are supposed to be great but visibility today was limited due to smoke. It was still really good even though I didn’t get the “full experience” at the top. The trail itself is in excellent condition though the same cannot be said for the road. The road has a lot of washout but they are really solid bottomed so you don’t need to worry about anything but clearance.

18 hours ago

Loved this trail. The trailhead sign warns trail takes 2-3 hours. We did it with two kids, 9 and 11, in 1.5 hours. It’s a steep climb, but worth the effort. There are about three lookout points

Great area and trails are dog friendly. The ravine near the playground in the park does not connect to further trail. Visit the ravine spot then return to Hedley road and continue south down the hill and you can pick up the trail behind the tennis court. This is a hidden gem

18 hours ago

We hiked this August 11th-12th for one overnight. I want to start of with saying that my car got broken into and badly vandalized! Such a shock to find my car that way, I bought the vehicle 10 days ago! :(. They tried prying open the hood, broke the front grill, smashed a window, damaged things underneath the steering wheel, everything was turned upside down, they undid the battery. I couldn't even drive it home. After hitch-hiking to town to get phone reception I was able to set everything in motion (police, tow truck, ICBC, etc.). It was a very sad and stressful day. There were more cars with broken windows, but my car seemed the only vandalized. Be careful out there, however I am unsure how I could've prevented vandalism like that..

About the hike. It was amazing, and steep! We were in cloud cover, but still had a fantastic time camping up at Upper Pierce Lake.

Great trail to do with the kids. We had a nice sunny spot for a picnic once we reached the falls.

Its in good shape this year despite the hot summer. Great little quick hike.

Great place to take the kids to get a little coverage from the sun on a hot day!

Great trail. Beautiful views.

19 hours ago

Unreal scenery.

Great trail. Lots to see

The view up top is amazing!

Strenuous but amazing hike with great panoramic views, especially at the top. First hour of switchbacks is the toughest part followed by a lovely walk through the Larch Valley. Take your time going up the final section and you’ll be rewarded with jaw dropping views at the top of the pass.

Bring your water shoes! Good for dogs and kids.

21 hours ago

Easy hike and beautiful lake.

21 hours ago

It's a nice easy walk for all, nice one to finish the day of longer hiking. The beaver dam is quite neat and worth the visit! Mostly in the shade and doable without hiking shoes. Enjoy!!! :)

22 hours ago

Nice trail! They changed it a little bit and the trail now starts from the highway approximately 2km to the west of the original one.

Such a beautiful trail. I did this hike in August of 2017 right before the Kenow fire burned it's way through Waterton Park. this trail offers such unique views of Waterton National Park, Glacier National Park and Akamina Provincial Park. Would definitely suggest ascending on the Forum Lake side of the trail and descending on the Wall Lake side. An absolutely stunning hike. This is a difficult trail, but it's not so hard to discourage a reasonably in shape person. Most of the hike is on top the ridge at high elevation. 10/10 would recommend.

22 hours ago

An amazing trail with breathtaking views of Chief Mountain and the prairies surrounding Waterton National Park. Be warned though, this trail is very difficult. Most of the hike is quite steep with uneven rocks and shale. However 10/10 would recommend, it is a great hike.

Unfortunately, the lower portion is closed right now but the upper part is great. Pretty views of the falls and river.

Nice trail if you do the trail in the summertime remeber to bring swimwear, beatuful lakes

Vraiment une belle petite randonné avec une petite fille de 7ans !!

We did this loop in the middle of August. We started at 5:45 am. The trail was overall good, but the lower parts on the west side had tall grass and shrubs to walk through. Definitely recommend wearing full water proof gear from the waist down. The east side of the trail was beautiful, and smelt like fresh pine the whole way. Lots of nice scenery and cool rocks. The east mountain side was our favourite. Overall took us 4.5 hours. There is also a nice cabin at the North intersections.

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