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    Member Since May 2019

    Leila the dog Camille et Vincent Pro-red@3x

    L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec, Canada 

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    Leila the dog Camille et Vincent reviewed Bear Creek Falls

    2 months ago

    Easy descent all the way to the waterfall, popular trail (only one opened in the glacier national park 2019-05-16) very short but nice view of the river. Perfect spot for diner or a quick stop.

    Leila the dog Camille et Vincent reviewed Bear Creek Falls

    2 months ago

    Easy descent all the way to the falls which are a very nice spot for diner of a quick stop on your way through Glacier park. Quick nice hike!

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    Leila the dog Camille et Vincent reviewed Rockgarden Trail

    2 months ago

    Will officially open tomorrow (2019-05-16). Near the highway and you hear the sounds of the trucks passing but the old forest "sanctuary" with the rocks and symbols on them is very nice to walk in.

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    Leila the dog Camille et Vincent reviewed Cedar Camp (#15)

    2 months ago

    Easy trail, looks more interesting to do in mountain bike. Mosquitos ++ near the second lake (2019-05-14). We came back by the north star trail to complete a loop.

    There's a swimming rope to jump in the cedar lake that look pretty nice to do in the summer!!

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    Leila the dog Camille et Vincent reviewed Sulphur Mountain Trail

    2 months ago

    Three stars for the trail but five stars for the view at the top!
    Be ready to meet many tourists who got up with the gondola. On the summit, you will get a 360 degrees of incredible mountains with snow tops. We enjoyed reading the informations about the surrounding mount on our way to the lookout.

    The trail is muddy and snowy but no special gear needed (no spikes or gaiters 2019-05-13). Just prepare you to do a good wash of the dog after.

    Be safe, respect your limits, have fun!
    Don't forget it's always the mountain who choose in the end.

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    Leila the dog Camille et Vincent reviewed Yamnuska Ridge and CMC Valley Trail

    2 months ago

    Ok folks... not an easy one with a experienced hicking dog. Leila the dog got scared but loved it. We did the whole loop and some places were dangerous. Happily we had the best weather to do it otherwise we would have turned back.
    But the views are truly amazing!!!

    We did the loop starting by the east side.
    We could split the whole loop in three sections (May 12th 2019):
    1) East side section (from start to cables)
    *You want a nice hike with amazing views, wildlife without going to the summit, it's your section.
    Beginning in the forest with nice ascent pace. Only needed spikes for the last mile but we saw others doing this part without these.

    2) Middle section (from cables to summit)
    *You are a bit crazy, experimented and well equip (spikes n gaiters) you will get a nice thrill and amazing views. The snow is melting and the trail is hard to follow on some part of this section. You can easily get out of the trail that is very badly indicated and end up in one of the danger zone of the trail. The GPS is your buddy. Be careful!

    3) West side section (From summit to start)
    *You want to get to the summit with a steep climb without using special gear, it's your section.
    Half of this section from the summit to a small forest is pretty compact rocks that gives you a good grip. The other half is sliding rocks which give you the impression to go down with "rock avalanches". it will feel like "rockskiing" while you go down. Very nice part for descent but looks difficult for ascent.

    Be safe, respect your limits, have fun!
    Don't forget it's always the mountain who choose in the end.

    Leila out