Hiking the Perley Rock Trail – Glacier National Park, BC

Perley Rock hiking trail in, Glacier National Park, Revelstoke British Columbia

The Perley Rock trail is an incredible 13km round trip hiking adventure in the heart of Glacier National park near Revelstoke BC. It’s a difficult route that climbs 1200m of elevation with views overlooking the Illecillewaet Icefield, an incredible glacial lake, the Asulkan glacier, Abbot ridge & the hundreds of waterfalls firing into the valley. […]

The Skyline Trail | A Backpacking Guide to Jaspers Most Popular Hiking Trail

The Skyline Trail is the King of all Jasper National Park hikes! It’s the highest, most popular and commonly referred to as the most scenic trail in the park. Alpine hiking enthusiasts will salivate as they work their way across the 25km of trail that weaves on the ridges above the treeline. The trail exhibits […]

Hiking Mt Assiniboine – Complete Backpacking Guide & Maps

Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park is one of the most spectacular and pristine hiking playgrounds in the Canadian Rockies. Nestled at the base of Mt Assiniboine, the camping/hiking areas are surrounded by monstrous peaks, endless alpine meadows, larch trees and picturesque turquoise lakes. For some it takes a long climb, for others, it takes a 7 […]

Hiking the Sulphur Skyline Trail – Jasper, AB

Sulphur Skyline Trail, Jasper AB

The Sulphur Skyline Trail is one of the best bang for your buck hikes in the Canadian Rockies. After conquering the steady 4km climb, you will be generously rewarded with some of the most remarkable panoramic views in Jasper. Another massive advantage and reason for this trail’s increasing popularity is that It typically clears of […]

Grassi Lakes Trail – Canmore, AB

Grassi Lakes Loop Hike, Canmore BC, Grassi Lake

Grassi Lakes trail is one of Canmore’s most popular hikes. It’s great for walkers of all skill levels and is very popular among families. The trail leads you to two beautiful turquoise blue lakes and allows you the opportunity to watch rock climbers challenge themselves up different routes on the Grassi Lakes Crag. The lakes […]

How to hike Ha Ling Peak trail in Canmore, AB

Ha Ling Peak Hike , Ha Ling Peak Trail, Canmore, Kannaskis, Alberta, banff

If you’ve ever visited Canmore you’ve seen Ha Ling Peak awkwardly looming 2,407m over the city and Kananaskis country. Ha Ling is a staple rockies trail that needs to be adventured at least once by anyone spending time in the area. It gains almost 680m over 3km so you can be sure you’ll be giving […]

Sentinel Pass & Eiffel Lake Hikes – Lake Louise, AB

Sentinel Pass Hike, Lake Louise Hiking, Eiffel Lake Hike,

Sentinel Pass and Eiffel Lake are moderately difficult trails that provide unbelievably easy access to the world-renowned Lake Louise high alpine backcountry. Typically, hikers will choose to do just one of these 10km trails as an out and back. However, if you are going to make the effort of getting an early parking spot, or […]

The Stanley Glacier Trail, Kootenay Provincial Park, BC

Stanley Glacier Hike, Kootenay Provincial Park, BC

A walk to the Stanley Glacier is one of the most popular half-day trips for visitors in Kootenay National Park. This moderate trail is easily accessible by all and enables hikers to get up close and personal with the Stanley Glacier and experience a myriad of nature’s work including the regenerating forest, talus slopes, runoffs, […]

Hiking to Floe Lake – Kootenay National Park, BC

Floe Lake, Hike to Floe Lake, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia

Floe Lake is one of the most ICONIC glacial lakes in the Canadian Rockies. Thousands of hikers flock to it’s shorelines every year to get a glimpse of it’s indescribable beauty. Floe lake is part of the Rockwall Trail, a 55km alpine hike which showcases the best of Kootenay National Parks alpine meadows, glaciers, cliffs […]

Mt Roberts Trail, Rossland BC

Mt Roberts is a challenging 3.3km, 2-3 hour push, to one of Rossland’s greatest viewpoints. It’s a knee buckling bonanza, but the pleasure overrides the pain as the views from the summit are fantastic. There’s a perfect bench at the top  so you can enjoy a picnic, stare into the horizon and give your legs […]