Good hike with a 9 year old and 13 year old. After seeing Troll Fails the hike to the lookout is almost all uphill. My 9 year old wanted to stop but once he made the lookout he was all smiles. The view is of the whole Kananaski Valley and was awesome.

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7 days ago

Attempted the loop with the family but the return part of the loop is closed because of bear activity. Fun and easy trail. In fact, it should be rated "easy" instead of moderate.

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1 month ago

The first ascent is over quickly, and you get amazing views right away. We didn't have time to do the entire ridge, but I would like to go back to do it one day!

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1 month ago

Did not make it all the way up because of a lack of time, but what a stunning ridge hike. After a steep ascent at the beginning, there are views almost the entire way up. Well worth it to hike up and back for a few miles.

O would say it's Hard.. Great paths But Uphill A lot!

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1 month ago

It is an easy hike to Ribbon Falls at 1848 m. My GPS says 21.6 km round trip from where we started the trail at Ribbon Creek parking lot at 1456 m. It took us 3.5 hours out with photo stops along the way and 2.5 hours back.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

great views!

on Ribbon Falls

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

Great views!!!
The trail is a steep climb for the first 30-40 mins than it's pretty breezy. You can determine how far you adventure along the ridge which is nice.
I'll definitely do this hike again

Moderate, nice views.

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1 month ago

This trail is easy but long. Unlike what it says above it's actually 22 km from the trailhead to the falls and back. You walk through a pretty canyon along Ribbon Creek. Smaller waterfalls along the way. Not much elevation. Mostly Forrest terrain. It's easy for dogs but long and my dogs paws were pretty tore up from the rocky terrain areas and length of the hike. It took me 4.5 hours to get to the falls and back including stopping for pics and for lunch at the falls. I would do this trail again.