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Nick Malakoff
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HikingBugsFloodedMuddyOver grown

Good trail up until the furthest point and coming back next to lake. Water levels are really high so it makes it extremely wet and muddy with tons of bugs. It’s only like that for about 2km then it gets back to normal trail. Not bad and some beautiful views that you don’t get in Saskatchewan

Sandy Kaarsemaker
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HikingBugs

A great family hike! Bring bug spray, a snack/lunch and water. The 5 lakes are beautiful and the alpine meadow is amazing. Many wonderful photo ops.

Krista Shea
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Hiking

Lovely trail. Got here just after 7am and had the whole thing to ourselves. Stopped and took lots of photos and we went slowly, so it took us about 2 hours to finish.

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Jenn B
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Hiking

Easy to moderate, a lot of uphill climb but with rocks that make it like stairs. We hiked clockwise and glad we did as the lakes get prettier as you go! Kids jumped in to icy waters at 5th lake off the dock. Wasn’t sure how social distancing would work on some of the narrow pathways but everyone was courteous while passing. Plenty of spots to rest and catch your breath. We had 9 of us ranging from age 7 to 77 and we all did well.

Tyler Brady
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Hiking

A nice hike, busy at the start but very quiet for the last half on the way out. I would say on the easy side of moderate. We enjoyed it. 1 hour, 50 minutes with about a 20 min break at the turnaround point.

Samantha Bremner
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Hiking

Went on easy a family hike 2 weeks ago not much elevation, anyone can easily walk this trail! There is a total of 6 bridges you go over to see the caynon. The best part for me is ENTIRE TRAIL walks along the flowing water!! We were able to stop and take lots of photos without anyone around us (covid times make it less busy/ less tourists). So if you are considering this trail now is the best time to see everything. Strongly recommend for kids and seniors will easily be able to walk this trail!

Mary Weekes
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Such an underrated backpacking adventure! We completed this trail in early August 2018 and it was incredible. Muddy at that time of year but no snow. Please use this trail so it continues to be maintained!! First day we hiked into camp from Cadomin trailhead staying at the Whitehorse creek campground. About a 17km day and it took us a good amount of time to navigate our way. The trail through the majority of this section is muddy, in the trees, and not well marked. Be carful as it is very easy to stray of the trail. Make sure you have a download of the map. Fiddle pass was amazing! Day 2 we travelled another around 15km to Utopia campground and it was an amazing day with lots of variation in the scenery. Also lots of river fords! Day 3 was an excellent easy 6km the hot springs for a great end to the 3 day journey. You get a lot of elevation gain on the last day but it’s short lived and manageable if you pace yourself. Last thing about this hike - please book your campsites! We had one big group (who got to camp before us) set up on 2 out of the 4 tent pads we had booked for our group. Whitehorse campground has very small pads and very uneven ground. (They lied and said they made the bookings but we know that was impossible.) we ended up having to squeeze our 4 tents onto 2 very small pads and because of that lots of our gear got soaked in the rain through the night as we could not set up our flys properly. So PLEASE PLEASE just actually book and don’t steal other peoples sites. :)

Amanda W.
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HikingGreat!

Great hike! We brought our dogs (as did quite a few of the other people we met) and it was a great hike for them (though our older dog did get tired near the end). We did see a couple people near the beginning of their hike (as we were finishing) who brought strollers though, and definitely would not recommend this as some parts can get quite steep and the trail definitely has some very rocky places and places with lots of roots. We skipped the first lake like many of the recommendations here.

Victoria Nguyen
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Hiking

Hiked on sept 13, 2019. First half is in the forest/tree line. Eventually opens up and very steep elevation gain for the last mile or so. Panoramic views at summit.

Victoria Nguyen
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Hiking

Really fun hike with vista views a majority of the way. Did this one right after Parker ridge and was great to hit both on the way to jasper.

Peter Schriber
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Hiking

Good hike for an afternoon. fantastic views from the summit.

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Alexandria KL
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HikingMuddyRocky

Pretty relaxed hike until the last 1500m where it gets a little tough. My husband and I got to the summit in just less than 2hrs. Don’t wear runners, it’s really muddy in parts and it would probably go over the ankle. Western Canadians: this hike is not too difficult, longer than the grind or the chief but not as hard as either of them. Eastern Canadians: this hike will probably suck for you but it’s worth the view. Good workout and nice view, even though it was a little cloudy at the top!

Andy Tse
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HikingBugsMuddy
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mike sharpe
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HikingBugs
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mike sharpe
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Hiking

Fantastic view. Paved path to the lookout.

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Jesse James Banford
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Hiking

What a great hike! Will be coming back here again. Loved all the waterfalls and trails. A little congested at the beginning with all the photo spots. Not too tough of a hike.

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Jesse James Banford
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Hiking

Great hike for the whole family. Lots if spots to take family pictures. Will do this one again. Surprised it is marked as moderate.

Tianna Gibson
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HikingMuddyRocky

Great trail, one very small section had mud that is challenging to get around but very do able.

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Jesse James Banford
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Hiking

What a great hike. Very muddy with streams running through the trail. Wear waterproof shoes.

Jerry Shannon
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Mountain bikingRockyWashed out

we headed out from Old Fort Point. I haven't been on the trail in 20 years. it's been eroded pretty bad. really rocky and rough. I was riding a 27.5+ hardtail. on the way back it started to rain heavily and the trails turned to creeks! what a crazy ride back. still a great trail!

Daniel Alleyne
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HikingBugsMuddy

Really fun trail. No sign of bears and pretty challenging with a relatively straight assault to the summit. It started raining on us and the mud made it a bit of a slower ascent and descent but we were still able to complete safely. Still some ice and snow in the upper tree line which made the final push a bit more challenging. Would recommend but bring some poles!

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