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Liane Given reviewed Marble Canyon
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Hiking

Short and sweet with gorgeous crystal blue water. Very easy walk up. This one didn’t get the heart pumping, but is definitely worth stopping to see!

Andrea Montgomery reviewed Paint Pots to Marble Canyon
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WalkingGreat!

So beautiful following the Kootenay River. A great way to see both paint pots and marble canyon in one day and plenty of good rest spots along the water. Had our dogs on leash it was fine for them.

Shari K. reviewed Marble Canyon
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Ludwig Paul Cabling reviewed Marble Canyon
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Hiking

We went from Paint Pots to Marble Canyon. Nice trail!

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Becca Bouchard reviewed Paint Pots to Marble Canyon
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Hiking

Gorgeous! Marble Canyon is touristy, and for good reason- it is stunning! The trail between Marble Canyon and the Ink Pots is single file and nicely flattened, and hardly travelled. The Ink Pots aren’t as spectacular, but super cool to see the ochre and they have blurbs on old farming equipment.

Simone La Guerre reviewed Marble Canyon
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Cute lil canyon and falls. Has a couple of paths leading to the falls so social distancing is doable. Nice little detour from Lake Louise on the way to Banff. And dog friendly.

John Harley reviewed The Rockwall
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Albert Y reviewed The Rockwall
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HikingGreat!

Trail conditions and weather were perfect (Aug 3-6). Camped at Helmet, Numa, and Floe heading north to south. The bugs were a non-issue at Helmet and Numa but relentless at Floe! Bug spray did not help. Overall a beautiful hike with the best views along the passes. Hiking north to south you leave yourself with a fairly easy hikeout from Floe Lake

Yamilet Gonzalez reviewed Marble Canyon
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HikingGreat!

We basically got there by accident! We were trying to go to Johnston Canyon and it was closed so someone recommended to us this amazing place and we loved it!!! Beautiful and easy trail!!!

Kim Carson reviewed The Rockwall
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HikingGreat!

Amazing views, great trail condition and had sunny days with cool nights and only one night of rain. Nothing is technically hard on this trail but it is long and when the sun was out it was just really hard to keep trucking! From Floe trailhead until the top of Numa Pass the bugs (horseflies, biting flies, & mosquitoes) were relentless, bring bug spray if not just for that section. Eat lots and happy trails!!

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Hiking

Nice easy walk in the woods through this section. Camp at the end us beautiful.

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Teresa Gibbs Owens reviewed Paint Pots
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Hiking

Paint pots were interesting. The canyon was amazing! The walk between was a little boring as it was just along the river both ways

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Patrick Smith reviewed Jumbo Pass Trail via Panorama
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Hiking

Did the hike with my 14 year old son (I'm 51 and in reasonable shape). Climb was a good work out and with lots of short breaks made it to the hut in about 2.5 hours. Climbed an additional 100 m up the trail to take in the views to the West. Going down was much quicker. Total hiking time for us was about 4.5 hours including the additional short hike past the hut. Almost didn't do the trail because I had read about having to cross a river in the vehicle. It was no problem for us in a 2 wheel-drive Jeep Patriot. It was more of a creek and the water was maybe a foot deep in the deepest part and it was really only about 10 feet across. I don't recommend eating chili at lunch. Overall, excellent hike and lots of fun with my son!

Shannon Strachan reviewed The Rockwall
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HikingBugsGreat!

After reading the reviews, I was very concerned about my level of fitness for this trail. A lot of people make it seem incredibly difficult. The trail itself is well maintained and there isn’t a lot of technicality to it. There is definitely some tree fall from Numa to Floe but it’s manageable. We did 3 nights, Paint Pots to Helmet Falls, skipping Tumbling and going to Numa and then Floe. The hardest part for me was from Helmet to Numa. It’s just a long time to be hiking, and ascending/descending 3 passes in one day was pretty tough, but I did it. Make sure you have comfy boots is all I would say! It’s an absolutely beautiful hike though. Definitely would do again. Floe Lake is breathtaking. We went July 26-29 and the weather was PERFECT. A bit of snow around Wolverine Pass but otherwise the trail was fine!

Julie Charron reviewed Marble Canyon
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Tuan Ngo reviewed Marble Canyon
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Hiking

Petite promenade facile avec les enfants, belles vues

Cody Yano reviewed The Rockwall
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Hiking

Fantastic trail! Stunning views and great terrain

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Kirsten Mills reviewed Jumbo Pass Trail via Panorama
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HikingMuddy

Good hike for a hot day! Bottom 2/3 is forested so the shade was nice but there were lots of roots and rocks to navigate. No snow anymore but lots of muddy sections. Amazing views through the top 1/3 and at the hut. Definitely recommend high clearance vehicle to tackle the large stream crossing on the road in.

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Karl Friesen reviewed The Rockwall
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Hiking

Hike the rockwall July 22-25. Starting from paint pots trailhead, ran into a few storm systems that soaked our boots and bags (bring dry bag and backpack raincover!) . Camped at ochre creek, tumbling creek and floe lake. Hindsight would’ve booked numa campsite as another stop. Snow is a non factor at this point. Lots of fallen logs across the trail from tumbling creek to flow lake. It’s not an easy hike. Regardless would recommend, views are amazing.

Mary B. reviewed The Rockwall
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BackpackingGreat!
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Khrystyna Rewa reviewed The Rockwall
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Hiking

Just incredible. One of the more challenging backcountry camping trips, but the views were well worth the work. Lots of fallen trees on parts of the trail, some patches of snow, but overall in great condition.

Dylan McCafferty reviewed Radium Hot Springs
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Hiking

Lovely trail. Not what I was expecting based on the reviews. Ended up hiking from the parking lot, taking the turn at the sign for Juniper and wandering up to a lookout over the valley. Turned around there though Lovely flowers and signs of a fire recently, so some new growth that was interesting. Hot day with lots of sun, some shade. Even wearing the baby the trail wasn't too bad.

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Kendall S.R. reviewed The Rockwall
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