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Explore Some of Alberta & BC’s Best Hiking Trails

Banff

Surrounded by mountainous terrain and incredible views.

Hike Banff

Canmore

A mixture of foothills and hilly terrain, with plenty of trees and water, too!

Hike Canmore

Kananaskis

There’s some incredible hiking to explore in Kananaskis!

Hike Kananaskis

Lake Louise

Higher elevations and varied terrain make for excellent hiking.

Hike Lake Louise

Kootenay National Park

A variety of trail difficulties and incredible scenery.

Hike Kootenay National Park

Yoho National Park

More than 400km of trails for every skill level!

Hike Yoho National Park

Icefields Parkway

The place where postcards and calendars go for their imagery.

Hike the Icefields

Jasper National Park

Hike the largest national park in Canada’s rockies.

Hike the Jasper National Park

Banff Hikes

As Canada’s first national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Banff National Park is famous for a reason. It’s lakes, mountains, and endless outdoor activities make Banff any nature lover’s dream. Plus, it’s proximity to Calgary and accessibility to the Trans Canada highway makes hiking Banff convenient and easy.

Explore Banff

Canmore Hikes

Canmore is a mountain town just outside of Banff National Park. And while Banff might have all of the international acclaim, don’t write Canmore off. This quaint mountain town is surrounded by fantastic hiking trails and is home to the Canmore Nordic Centre.

Explore Canmore

Kananaskis

Just 45 minutes from Calgary, Kananaskis is even closer and has much fewer tourists. It’s still a very popular area, and for good reason. Kananaskis is full of beautiful lakes, waterfalls, mountains, and hiking trails. If you’re home base is Calgary or you’re looking for a Banff alternative, Kananaskis is a great option!

Explore Kananaskis

Lake Louise Hikes

While Lake Louise is technically inside of Banff National Park, this area is so beautiful it deserves its own mention. Lake Louise itself is, of course, a spot everyone should visit at least once. But while you’re there, the area is also home to numerous hiking trails that give you spectacular views of Lake Louise and the surrounding mountains.

Explore Lake Louise

Kootenay Hikes

Just on the other side of the Alberta/BC border is Kootenay National Park. If you’re used to Kanaskis, Canmore, or Banff, Kootenay National Park is worth the extra driving time. The park is famous for paint pots (coloured pools), canyons, and lakes. A hike to experience any of these attractions is a must for any outdoorist.

Explore Kootenay

Yoho National Park Hikes

If you drive west on the Trans Canada Highway all the way through Banff and past the BC border, you’ll find yourself in Yoho National Park. While not as famous as Banff, Yoho is definitely worth the extra drive. This national park is known for beautiful trails, a hike in Yoho will have you seeing lakes, mountains, and waterfalls.

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Icefields Parkway Hikes

If you drive west on the Trans Canada Highway all the way through Banff and past the BC border, you’ll find yourself in Yoho National Park. While not as famous as Banff, Yoho is definitely worth the extra drive. This national park is known for beautiful trails, a hike in Yoho will have you seeing lakes, mountains, and waterfalls.

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Jasper Hikes

This beautiful national park is north of Banff, making it a great option for those who are visiting from Edmonton. Like Banff, Jasper is full of beautiful lakes, mountains, and hiking trails. Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, meaning it has an abundance of trails, wildlife, and natural beauty.

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