Rocky Mountain Parks & Trails

Kananaskis Country

Kananaskis Country is a system of large protected parklands, ecological reserves and recreational areas in the Canadian Central Rockies Eco System. It is a land of mountain ranges, snow capped peaks, forests of trees, wildlife, alpine lakes, rumbling and tumbling rivers, streams and creeks.
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The Plain of Six Glaciers Trail is a challenging hiking adventure leading up to an alpine teahouse and surreal views of 6 glaciers.
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Lake Louise
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The Cougar Creek Trail explores the banks of the creek under the watchful eye of Lady Macdonald Mountain. The trail, itself, follows the banks of a dry river bed most of the way.
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Canmore
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The Rock Glacier Trail is a boulder hike located on the low lying slopes of Mount Rae in the province of Alberta, Canada . The trail explores a mountain side of mesozoic sandstone and shale in the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaskis Country.
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Canmore
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The Elbow River Valley and the village of Bragg Creek is a popular destination for a wide variety of outdoor adventures year-round because it covers such a vast area of protected parks and wilderness forests.
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Canmore
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The Elk Pass Trail is a moderate hiking and backpacking trail which begins in the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaskis Country in Alberta, Canada and finishes in the Elk Lakes Provincial Park in the province of British Columbia, Canada.
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Canmore
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The Valley of Five Lakes is a popular activity destination located in the Jasper National Park near the community of Jasper, Alberta, Canada. The lake trails are considered easy-going and relatively easy access trails exploring the shores of five small lakes surrounded by wetlands and meadows.
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Jasper
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The Lower Lake Trail is a 3.3 kilometre one way walking trail following the eastern shores of Lower Kananaskis Lake in the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada. The route leads to many lake and mountain views.
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Canmore
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Spray Valley Provincial Park is located next to the community of Canmore, Alberta, Canada in the backcountry mountains behind the community. The Spray Valley provincial park measures 25,598 hectares and is home to bears, bighorn sheep, wolves, coyotes and others.
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Canmore
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Jasper National Park activities include golfing, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, backpacking, boating, birdwatching, rock climbing, horseback riding, fishing, mountain biking, cycling, rafting, camping, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice climbing...
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The trail measures 2 kilometres long (there and back) and is considered an easy going route with very little elevation gain. And, because of the easy access and the well maintained trail, the Blakiston Falls Trail draws crowds and is enjoyed by all ages and fitness levels.
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Waterton
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The Terrace Trail is a gravel recreation path that runs parallel to the Kananaskis River for most of the route, often dipping in and out of the aspen forest along the way. The route connects Kananaskis Village with the Galatea Day Use Area.
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Canmore
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Consolation Lakes Trail measures 3 kilometres one-way with a small elevation gain of about 60 metres. The lakes are situated in Consolation Valley which is surrounded by the Panorama Mountain Range of the Rocky Mountains.
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Lake Louise
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The Hoodoo Trail is an easy going, moderately long hiking trail located near the Village of Banff, Alberta, Canada in the Banff National Park. The trail features some river, cliff, mountain and hoodoo sightseeing while hiking a forested trail along the banks of the Bow River.
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Banff
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The Akamina Lake Trail measures about 1 kilometre (return) and enjoys little, if any, elevation gain. The route begins from Cameron Lake. It is a suitable walking route for all ages and abilities, however, it is not wheelchair friendly.
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Waterton
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Bow Falls is an easily accessible natural attraction located in the community of Banff, Alberta, Canada in the Banff National Park. The cascading falls are a popular sightseeing destination located on the Bow River enjoyed by people of all ages and all abilities.
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Banff

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