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11 hours ago

Great hike

15 hours ago

Good quick artery cleanser with amazing views ! I’ve hiked it multiple times and love it every time ! ☮️❤️⛰

Great hike and not too bad if you are in shape. Did this and both bee hives plus the plain of six glaciers all at once. Roughly 11 miles and definitely doable in 1 day

on Lake Agnes Trail

3 days ago

Such a great hike! At an incline pretty much the entire hike, but well worth it at the top and at various points to see Lake Louise and Mirror Lake. We were planning on getting here pretty early, but ended up running late. As expected there were tons of people on the trail and at the tea house. I also did not realize the tea house is sit down with table service, which made waiting for a table much longer. Still worth the views. I made it to the top in about 40 minutes.

4 days ago

Steep hike with amazing view

Love light and respect


on Lake Agnes Trail

4 days ago

Beautiful view along the way to it. From lake Louise and lake mirror and further up to Agnes. Three steps to explore further and further. Amazing!

Stunning hike - not to steep, and the ground is very easy to walk on! If you want more of a challenge, continue on to the Big Bee Hive!

5 days ago

Not a long hike, but fairly steep. It's worth going up to the Little Beehive or Big Beehive from Lake Agnes. Less chance of running into a bear with all the people on the trail :)
Parking at Lake Louise however, is a whole other story! Went on a Thursday, got there at 10am and still had to go back to the shuttles and wait 45 min to get on one.... The entire day we had to be mindful of the time so we don't miss the shuttle back... Very dissapointing that they can't build more parking.

Terrific hike. We got there at 7am to beat the crowds, and only passed and handful of folks on the trail. Mostly all an ascending trail via long switchbacks, with great views of Lake Louise through the tree line. Gets your heart beating, and makes you look forward to breakfast at the tea house. Only downside was the biting bugs, but hey, it’s summer in the Canadian woods.

Rewarding hike. Absolutely beautiful vistas.

on Lake Agnes Trail

13 days ago

Amazing views !! the weather was changing constantly, rainy, sunny, overcast, that made the hike even more wonderful. Must do!

Love loved this trail...butt kicking climb straight up and amazing views off all sides at the top! Can’t wait to go back ❤️

Very busy trail and fairly steep the entire way. I am out of shape but was able to get to the lake in 1h 15m and took me 1h to get down. If you plan on going to the teahouse go very early to be there when it opens up.

13 days ago

Did this in the winter and recommend it then for sure! It was way less busy! And super fun to slide down the snow covered stairs. Lake Agnes is frozen then too, so you can run all over it. The tea house does not open in the winter, however you can just slide back down to the hotel for warm drinks. It is not a hard hike, and it is beautiful, so do your best to see it with less people blocking the view. In the summer I feel like climbing up the beehive would be a worthwhile add on.

mountain biking
14 days ago

It’s nice hike.. I was thinking of riding my
Mountain bike there but couldn’t find a way to get there with my mountain bike. The chuckwalla trail doesn’t allow mountain bikes and I think halfway wash as well.. so idk

15 days ago

Iconic, beautiful hike but did anyone say to GET THERE EARLY yet? 8:30-9:00 on a Wednesday was peaceful at the tea house but after that it was insane. Hordes of people hiking up, many of whom looked like they just wandered up the trail totally unprepared after getting off the tour buses. It is steep but not long if you are used to hiking. Get up, get your hike in, have some tea, and get back down or go higher beyond what most people will do. Otherwise best to get off the beaten path in other parts of the parks.

16 days ago

The trail was in great condition, and there were more than 10 species of wildflowers in bloom. The view along the majority of the trail was pretty nice, although there are a lot of dead trees mixed in with the live ones, which I thought detracted a little bit. You can see some pretty lakes below as well.

Amazing hike today. Winds had to be 35 mph +, but virtually zero wind at the top. 360 degree incredible views.

Amazing views when you reach the top. mountain goats were also there. it's steep and up hill all the way. like walking up over 95 flights of stairs. sunny and windy. no snow was there and all the trail is visible. it's hard to take in all the views. Worth every step.

18 days ago

I do this once every year. It's surprisingly short, considering the ruggedness of the terrain and the spectacular views at the top. This early in the year there are usually some patches of snow that impact the trail in inconveniently treacherous places, but not this year. Note of caution - this will be a hard hike for anyone not acclimated to the altitude, as you are starting at 10,000 ft.

Beautiful 360 degree views of the high Uinta mountains. Only thing is I couldn’t find the USGS badge marker at the summit? Has anyone else found it?

23 days ago

Absolutely worth it- but if you’re not acclimated to the higher altitude, it’s not an breezy hike. We were there for 3 days before hiking it and had to stop multiple times to catch our breath. But it’s definitely doable!

This should be called the Teahouse Trail. Path is smooth but there is a moderate incline the entire way to the Teahouse. Probably a 30% grade incline. The Teahouse is a nice place to rest for a few minutes. It is cash only. It took a total of 3 hours to complete this trail.

24 days ago

Hiked this in late June and encountered no snow. Fantastic first peak to bag for the inexperienced hiker. The only difficulty on this trail came from the narrow switchbacks on the eastern side, and some scrambling that needed to be done close to the summit. Bring sunscreen.

28 days ago

Gorgeous day. But stupid busy. I thought it would be chill because it was the middle of the week, but it was crazy busy. Took my dog and she loved it. View at the top is stunning. I wouldn’t consider it to be “moderate”. It was relatively easy. Completed in 3 hours.

Fun hike, didn’t get very far with my six year old in tow, but we had fun and enjoyed the great views. The trail is exposed to the sun.

29 days ago

Good trail for intermediate hikers. The tea house at the top is breathtaking, but the climb is very rocky, and uphill the whole way. Not for young children, unless they're experienced or being carried. Also, beware of horse manure on upper half of trail, as there are guided horse trails that cross it.

Not that crowded in early June.

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