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wandern
eisig
schnee
13 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.

wandern
eisig
16 hours ago

Nice quick hike! Definitely need spikes for some areas. In other areas the path became slush and soft - stick to the middle of the trail! Bring extra socks and wear waterproof pants just in case you break through to knee high slush like we did :) I would give it a few days to firm up again after another drop in temperature. Ungroomed section past waterfall is packed hard and was easy to walk.

wandern
eisig
schnee
17 hours ago

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
20 hours ago

Great day for a leisurely hike. Mainly sunny, a bit windy and the trail was in awesome shape with compact snow. Views were fabulous in all directions. Although 4 of the 6 in our group wore spikes it wasn’t totally necessary, but always nice for better traction particularly on the decent. I would suspect with the weather warming up over the next week, icy sections will appear. Great trail selection if you only have a couple of hours to spare and you are in the Banff area.

wandern
schnee
21 hours 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!

wandern
schnee
scrambling
1 day ago

Summited Jan 19th. Knee deep snow trail breaking the entire distance. Spikes, poles and gaiters essential. Quite strenuous but doable, amazing views from the top!

Truthfully you can’t beat the views of Moraine Lake. We completed this on a busy day in late July and this trail was traversed but not overcrowded. If you walk all the way to the end you will be rewarded with a small waterfall and the opposite view of the lake. Much more of a stroll, but perfect for all ages.

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).

wandern
1 day ago

We hiked this trail the last week in July. We were staying in Glacier and decided to drive up to the sister park in Waterton. This is a good higher level beginner hike. The first 1/3 of the hike is mostly all ascent. When you finish this section you roll out onto a fairly flat viewpoint that provides beautiful sweeping views of the lake below. From there you will continue onward to to the falls. The only downside about this trail is since the huge fire in 2017 many of the trees burned and this left significant exposure during this hike (although this also allows for those beautiful views). This means pack plenty of sunscreen and water because there is very little shade. The waterfall at the end is pretty but crowded. Truthfully, the views of the lake were my favorite part. That and the beautiful fireweed.

wandern
geschlossen
schnee
1 day ago

Had an amazing hike today on this busy trail. We did bring our snowshoes, but the trail was packed down enough that the snowshoes we not required. The “harder” trail was closed. Beautiful scenery and the lake at the end was crystal clear. Many opportunities to sit and rest. Easy trail. Kid and dog friendly.

wandern
schnee
1 day ago

on Aspen Loop

schneeschuhwandern
1 day ago

Nice trail to snowshoe. The trail looked like it gets a lot of cross country skiers, over all it took just over an hour to shoe the trail. There is a lot of deer, moose and other wildlife roaming around as there are tracks every wear. If you are looking for a good workout I recommend you go once around the loop clockwise and once counter clockwise......... enjoy.

wandern
1 day ago

Nice, quick hike. Wear spikes!!! Should be marked as easy, not moderate.

wandern
eisig
1 day ago

Did this trail the day after Christmas. Just had fresh snowfall so wearing boots was fine. Fresh snow made the atmosphere very majestic. Frozen waterfalls were cool. Short hike but fun.

Did the snowshoe loop past all the waterfalls. Beautiful area and well travelled

wandern
schnee
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.

wandern
2 days ago

Beautiful hike. Would do this again in the summer. The snow is packed so I don’t think snowshoes are necessary unless you plan on going off 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 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.

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