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    Marni Elizabeth completed Pine Point Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Marni Elizabeth added Morning Kayak

    about 1 month ago

    Marni Elizabeth added Walk with

    2 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth followed Dale Still

    2 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth reviewed Giant Cedars Boardwalk Trail

    3 months ago

    Super short but kids love to be around such big trees! Very pretty and well maintained stroll :)

    Marni Elizabeth reviewed English Bay

    3 months ago

    Awesome walk down the English Bay. Not necessarily a "hike" but a great stroll nonetheless.
    If you love people watching this is for you!

    Marni Elizabeth reviewed White Tailed Deer Trail

    3 months ago

    Very easy and pretty trail. Kids love it.

    Marni Elizabeth reviewed Johnston Canyon Trail to Upper Falls

    3 months ago

    One of my favourite hikes. Have been 8 times now. To avoid even the spring crowds go early or around 5 pm. Ruins it when you have hundreds of people on the trail with you.
    If hiking in the spring you will have difficulties if you go in runners or flip flops or any of the other summer shoes I have encountered people struggling with on the trail. Buy or rent crampons/cleats and enjoy the steady climb up the canyon :)

    Marni Elizabeth reviewed Grotto Canyon Trail

    3 months ago

    Fantastic underrated kid friendly winter trail! Make sure to have crampons or cleats (especially for little ones). Do not let the beginning of the trek fool you. Once you get past the industrial plant and into the canyon it is incredible and half the people than Johnston. My kids thought it was incredible to climb the rock sides and slide down as well as climb the frozen waterfall at the end. Take a lunch and a beverage for the end and enjoy :)

    Marni Elizabeth reviewed Lake Louise Trail

    3 months ago

    Path is still clear during winter and spring. You can actually walk on a parallel path on the lake while it is frozen with somewhat better views because no trees blocking the way. The end of the lake leads to the Plain of Six Glaciers trail. Make sure to steer clear until avalanche season is over (Avalanche training expected to continue forward). Saw many unprepared tourists headed that way when I turned around. People have died in the Lake Louise area from being uneducated about avalanches in the last few years. Be smart!
    Great views at the end of the lake side trail.

    Marni Elizabeth completed Pine Ridge Trail

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth completed Lakeview Trail

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth completed English Bay

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth followed Tiffany Check

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth added Tunnel Mountain

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth completed Lake Louise Trail

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth completed Grotto Canyon Trail

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth reviewed Cedar Bog Trail

    3 months ago

    As far as rural trails in MB go, its great. Short but beautiful, but the option is there to loop it twice. Make sure to wear appropriate foot wear because it does live up to its "bog" name :) FYI kids think its the greatest!

    Marni Elizabeth completed Cedar Bog Trail

    3 months ago

    Marni Elizabeth added Sanson Peak

    3 months ago