Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Strathcona Provincial Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

on Circlet Lake Trail

14 days ago

Great hike to do in a day, base camp, explore local mountains, camp and hike back. Moderate,great views, great swim.

2 months ago

My wife and I only got about halfway in then turned back. Very still, not another person on trail. Got a little freaked out about bears. Forgot our bear spray that day. Ha ha.

2 months ago

Great way to spend the day hiking and soaking up the scenery.

Nice views but a bit crowded in September when we went.

great place for moderate hikes and snowshoeing in winter

Easy loop, Great Lake to take a cold dip in during the summer. Dogs loved it!

7 months ago

Good hike with a couple short technical areas. Nothing too dangerous. Really nice with the fall colours and light skiff of snow. Like to try this later when the snow comes!

Did this hike early July, was some snow at the top still. Steep and narrow bush trail through some places. Well marked trail. Unfortunately we ran into a few people who didn't have their dogs on leashes. 3.5 hours up, 2 down

A bit too busy.

8 months ago

Great Hike! some steeper rocky parts but overall an easy hike!

trail running
9 months ago

Awsome loop, perfect for trail running. We started at the parking slot and went on the right trail for the loop. We prolong the loop at lake kwai and went to the canyon lookout (totally worthy the additional km). It's a out and back trail with beautyfull landscape and amazing view at the lookout. We finished the loop from lake kwai. Distance: 20 k / time: 3.00 h in a easy running pace.

To add to the description- circlet lake is used as a base camp area for a variety of hikes in the area.

Well maintained trail, several km of boardwalk over rough and boggy areas. Pretty easy hike, took 2 adults just under 3 hours to complete the loop at a relaxed pace.

awesome! one amazing waterfall after another

Sunday, May 07, 2017

A must do!

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Landslide Lake and Iceberg Lake are gorgeous and make every minute of the hike worth it. Most people stop at Landslide Lake, but make sure you find the trail through the alder around the edge of the lake up to Iceberg Lake- turquoise waters, glaciers, ice caves, and towering mountains. Unreal hike!

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

The trail up is steep and pretty boring. But, once you hit the ridge, it's gorgeous and worth the climb! Lots of tent or hammock spots along the ridge.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

It was snowy and a cold over night camp but overall incredible experience! The trail is hard to see as it is under snow after the 9 KM camping spot, but a locked food storage was a treat!
Bring warm gear of you plan on camping!

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Getting to the trailhead is a bit of a pain but the hike should include the trip to love lake on the opposite side of the valley.

The Landslide lake and Mt. Colonel Foster is amazing!!!

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

First 10k is pretty easy, most of the elevation is towards the end. Highly recommend to take an extra day to do the Love Lake trail before the falls base camp. The views are well worth the 800m climb off a steep trail. Don't slip! :)

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