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    1 month ago

    Chis is an easy trail along the water in Lake Louise. if you are looking for something harder keep walking when you get to the other end of the lake, the trail wanders up in to the mountains. even in mid June there was snow on the trails up past the lake.

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    2 months ago

    This is a beautiful trail, kid friendly. Short with some elevation gain. The waterfalls make it all worth it, we spent about an hour taking pictures and splashing in the pool at the bottom.

    We hiked this trail Jan 11th 2019, about 3/4 of the way up there was a bad icy patch, not un-crossable with out clips but definitely not for the feint of heart. There were 9 of us and 4 were inexperienced hikers. This trail was hard but entirely worth the effort. The views from the top were worth all the pain of falling on the ice. Bring lots of water, it gets warmer as you ascend due to the sun shining on the mountain. There are plenty of places to rest and take great pictures.

    hiking
    8 months ago

    The trail doesn't quite get you close enough to the glacier. You can go off trail to get up close but it is very dangerous. The glacier is amazing.

    hiking
    8 months ago

    Loved this trail, we only made it to Tonsina Creek, we turned out on to the beach and walked until the tide came in. The trail is very well maintained and has pathways and steps in place to help.

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    9 months ago

    There was a heavy flowing River when we visited, the trail was worth the view. Tourists were destroying statues here it was sad to see. You should definitely stop here before it's gone.

    This hike was a challenge, once you get to the top it is worth every second. I took us 4 hours up and 1.25 hours to get down. We live at Sea level so this probably didn't help our endurance. The lose rock at the top adds a challenge, we wore climbing gloves.

    hiking
    9 months ago

    This is a great quiet little hike, The falls at the end are narrow but impressive in height. We had the amazing experience of seeing a fox hunting, we stopped to watch it and it walked right past us on the trail. Don't miss the small trail near the beginning that lets you see the spring.

    We walked this trail starting in the morning, it warmed up as we hiked, no cell phone service but a great view of all of the geysers. We got to see Old Faithful blow twice. There are a lot of people on this train, I recommend watching from the back or closer to the hotels if so the people bother you. You can walk this trail all the way to Morning Glory and keep on going. The is almost no shade.

    hiking
    9 months ago

    This was a fun trail to wander around on, lots of people around and the terrain is interesting.

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    9 months ago

    We only did part of this trail, we ended up wandering up a hill and climbing up to one of the peaks rather then completing the trail. If I had known about the ladder we probably would have done that too.

    hiking
    9 months ago

    Love this trail, we were here when we were children and it was just as fun to hike as an adult, you can climb the big boulders up to the base of the tower for a better view.

    hiking
    Thursday, August 31, 2017

    This is a wonderful trail and the view from the top is absolutely worth the effort. We hiked on 8/23. The bugs weren't terrible, I think that there is a bee hive somewhere near Eunice lake. No mosquitoes the day we hiked. This is definitely a moderate trail past the lake. Good stable switchbacks with lots if places to take pics and rest. Hiking out past the Ranger Station was great, nice thin ridge trail with no other hikers. I definitely recommend doing this trail. Go early morning though, it gets hot. We swam in Eunice lake on the way back to cool off.

    Tuesday, August 29, 2017

    This was a great trail, very dry and dusty which can make it slippery at some points along the rail road ties. Worth the effort once you get to the top. Take your time it's hot and there is very little shade. Once at the top head to the right for some ridge hiking. Be careful though it's a long way down either side. This is a very busy trail.

    Tuesday, August 29, 2017

    This is a fairly difficult hike. Uphill with many rocky switchbacks. Once you get up on the the fire road it's a nice uphill walk to the lookout over the Makua Valley. Don't stop there though, take the trail on the right and keep walking the loop. Worth the views. Would be better if much of the trail wasn't on tbe road.