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wandern
eisig
schnee
19 hours ago

Wonderful inner city woodlands with great pathways. Easily spend 1+ hours here just on the paths. Winter walking is easy as the paths are packed down, a stroller made for terrain would be needed if bringing one though. During the summer I can see children using the area for safe exploration. There are maps all around for ease of use for all trails, maps help immensely to find your way back to the two parking lots available.

Great trail, there are 2 routes up, an easier x country ski trail or the snowshoe trail which is steeper. A bit of a difficult uphill, but a few breaks and you're good

wandern
schnee
1 day ago

Great trail but didnt posthole all the way to Rockbound but made it to Tower lake easily! Lots of snow, snowshoes when you hit the meadow are necessary, it was waist deep if you didn't. Will return in summer to try it again! Lots of skiers, keep your eyes open!

schneeschuhwandern
1 day ago

Jan 19/2020. Trail is completely packed down, snowshoes stayed strapped to the backpack the whole time. The area is quite busy considering it is less than an hour from the city and an off-leash area, which are nice. But don’t expect any fantastic views. Most of the trail is in the trees.

wandern
1 day ago

Great hike. Icy patches and deceiving hard ice under fresh snow. Make sure you’ve spikes.

eisig
schnee
1 day ago

Jura Creek is a beautiful ice canyon to walk through. Crampons/cleats are a must. Apparently snowshoes are needed once you get out of the canyon. However, we never made it that far. The ice is melting quickly. Along the sides is very soft and if you go through the water will be up to your knees. (yes it happened).

Once getting to the creek we followed the creek through the canyon. Very cool took lots of pictures. After that the hike fell apart. We spent 45 minutes trying to find the trail with no luck. We tried both sides of the creek through the trees but couldn't find a way through. Walking on the creek or on the edge was a sure way to get wet feet as we all fell through the ice at some point. We've been on many hikes in the Rockies in the winter and summer and this is the first time we were unable to complete a hike following Alltrails.

wandern
eisig
2 days ago

Did this trail in July for my brother’s bachelor trip and it was really fun. We hiked to ribbon lake and back in a day, with a 2 km backtrack as we took a wrong turn at one of the bridges. All in all it was about 26 km for us. The trail is not technical (except for the chains, which are not for the faint of heart) but it is a very long hike if you plan on doing it all in a day. It took us about 9 or 10 hours to do the whole thing, but at the top, the views were well worth the trek. I would definitely recommend you have boots with good ankle support as much the of trail consists of larger rocks that are uncomfortable to walk on on the way back down.

Steady incline in the beginning, then it it evens out. Trail is well protected by trees until you reach the lake. Did not do the loop around the lake because of fear of avalanche. Not very busy until our way back: several skiers and snowboarders. Lots of fresh snow on the trails. Very nice trail.

Steady incline in the beginning, then it it evens out. Trail is well protected by trees until you reach the lake. Did not do the loop because of fear of avalanche. Not very busy until our way back: several skiers and snowboarders. Lots of fresh snow on the trails. Very nice trail.

Good workout and very few people. Packed snow on trail the whole way making it difficult to get lost. Suggest bringing appropriate footwear and poles for the steep snowy bits.

Definitely provides the best view of the lakes. If you are looking to go this route, might want to stop by the little bee hive!

wandern
schnee
8 days ago

constant incline great workout. didn't make to teahouse due to storm. gonna try again next time.

Did this in the summer, but the universe blessed us with a few cms of snow in July! Beautiful hike. We ended up hiking up the ridge past the amphitheatre which was incredible and so much fun. My 6lb dog joined us on this hike and he had an absolute blast!!! Prepare for a LONG day!

wandern
8 days ago

Incredible day hike. Final section of trail is a scramble through scree (just passed the fire lookout). Get your bear spray (!)

Great workout in the woods and rewarded at the summit with stunning views of mountains and prairie (and a Canadian flag!).

wandern
eisig
schnee
9 days ago

Spikes or yak tracks are helpful! Absolutely stunning hike with lots of snow.

skilanglauf
schnee
9 days ago

wandern
schnee
10 days ago

Good trail. Lots of snobby skiers though.

Nicely packed but spikes recommended. Pretty steep from the very bottom to top. Most of the trail leads through forest so not that many views there, summit then provides nice 360 degree view on the surrounding landscape and mountains.

Well packed. spikes reccomended

Great, easy trail for a January afternoon! Two hikers and two non-hikers went together and we all had a great time. There was snow; but it was mostly packed and manageable!

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
11 days ago

Very lucky that we encountered snowmobile tracks on the well road as we were able to use microspikes right up to the turnoff to the Mesa Butte Backdoor trail. Then we had to use snowshoes all the way to the summit of Mesa as the snow was deep and sugary - alot of difficulty trying to get traction up the steep sections. Front side trails were all well packed so microspikes again right back to our car. Good workout - had a nice fire and roasted hotdogs up top. Very nice day.

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