Bow River Trail
Bow River Trail is a popular hiking and mountain biking recreation trail, natural attraction, sightseeing destination and paddle route for canoes, rafts and kayaks in the Lake Louise area of Banff National Park.
Consolation Lakes Trail is a 2.7 kilometre one-way trail following near the banks of Babel Creek before connecting with two lakes in Consolation Valley surrounded by massive boulders and the Panorama Mountain Range of the Rocky Mountains.
Lake Annette Trail
Lake Annette Trail follows a 6 kilometre trail along the banks of Paradise Creek eventually leading to Annette Lake which is located at the base of the northern slopes of Mount Temple.
Lake Louise the lake, is an activity, sightseeing and resort destination located in Banff National Park popular for hiking, canoeing, rock climbing, teahouses and horseback riding
Lakeshore Pathway is very well maintained, level and easy going walkway. It measures about 2 kilometres long and follows the shores of Lake Louise. There are excellent views of glaciers and mountains. The trail is friendly to people of all ages and abilities.
Larch Valley Trail
Larch Valley Trail is a 4 kilometre one-way hiking trail (8 kilometre return) leading to the base of the Valley of Ten Peaks, some alpine lakes and a beautiful mountain meadow
Moraine Lake is an aqua blue colored lake surrounded by mountain glaciers popular for picnicking, sightseeing, canoeing, kayaking and hiking.
Sentinel Pass Trail
Sentinel Pass Trail is an alpine trail measuring 5.8 kilometres one -way with an elevation gain of about 725 metres revealing some amazing amazing views. The mountain trail is considered a very difficult adventure route with many switchbacks, rock slides and, sometimes, snow.
Plain of Six Glaciers Trail
Plain of Six Glaciers Trail is a 11 km return hiking adventure leading up to an alpine teahouse and surreal views of 6 glaciers. It explores along the shores of Lake Louise, along the banks of Louise Creek and through a mountain moraine left behind by the Lower Victoria Glacier during the mid 1800s.