Consolation Lakes Trail is a 7.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until September.
Really nice walk, pretty easy but so beautiful
This is a great hike through a stunning forest trail. Easy enough for anyone. In the fall your get to see some larch trees.
When you get to the lower lake right after the wetlands, there is NO NEED to climb and trek over the rock slide to the upper lake. You will spend an hour each way, it's terrible terrain and the view is no different. Stay at the lower like and have lunch or a beer.
Very cool contrast in the east side of the lake is a beautiful ridge with trees and grasses and west side of the lake are the dark relentless cliffs of Mount Babel. The lake is a stunning emerald colour
Nice hike in forest, which opens up at the Lakes for some Beautiful scenery.
Our Canadian honeymoon gondola ride grizzy-bear-encounter at Lake Louise, followed by a 4-mile hike at scenic Lake Moraine. (Date hiked: August 13, 2009.) Read the full write-up at: http://www.greeneadventures.com/2010/01/03/canadian-rockies-ski-lift-to-lake-louise-hiking-moraine-lake-elk-sightings-in-bow-valley/