Midnight Peak from Baldy Pass

HARD 9 reviews

Midnight Peak from Baldy Pass is a 15.4 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kananaskis Village, Alberta, Canada that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from April until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

15.4 km
1,783 m

dogs on leash



nature trips




4.3 km into Baldy pass to begin ascend onto the scree slope of Midnight peak (up ~400m elevation gain). Descend quite steep through unmarked trail.

28 days ago

I did the loop clockwise starting with Baldy Pass. The elevation kicks in once you're done that segment. As soon as you reach the peak and see over the front side you'll know it was all worth it. Unreal views and thought it was really cool to get up and above Baldy. I'd hoped to see Barrier from the peak, but catch a glimpse on the way down. Pretty straight forward down the ridge but had to mostly freestyle once I got back into the trees. No snow mid July 2018 and was four hours round trip.

4 months ago

My friend and I attempted hiking to the peak today but eventually turned around due to knee/waist deep snow without snowshoes. We also didn't have this map to follow; we just took the one from Baldy Pass. Great hike and will try it again.

8 months ago

Really steady hike until the last third, which was nice. Beautiful views to your back as you scramble to the top too, and the final stretch is easy if you work your way low along the snow cap. Wish we picked a less windy day!

8 months ago

It was an excellent hike! I wished there was more snow on the ground as coming down the hills was harder.

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