The hike up to Rummel Lake in Kananaskis may just be the most beautiful hike that you’ve never heard of! The terrain and features of the lake itself are very similar to Chester Lake (a few km down the highway), but the actual hike up to the lake is much much nicer than the hike to Chester.
Back in the fall we went for a hike from Moraine Lake to Larch Valley to see the Larch trees turn yellow before their needles fall off. Although a conifer, the larch is a deciduous tree and loses its needles in the fall and larch valley is an amazing place to see a valley full of the trees all changing color at the same time.
Camping at Paddy's Flat in Kananaskis and hiking to the summit of Prairie Mountain.
Lake Louise to the Plain of Six GlaciersThere are quite a few "classic" hikes in the Lake Louise area that we've never done in all the years that we've lived here. One of the big reasons for that is because the whole area is incredibly popular and always busy, especially in the peak summer months. We finally made the effort to do the hike from the Chateau Lake Louise up to the Plain of Six Glaciers on Canada Day this year.Although maybe not the most popular or well known of the hikes in the area, I'm … Continue Reading ››
We took advantage of a beautiful late summer day to go for a hike at Moose Mountain in Kananaskis Provincial Park.