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The Best Hiking in Pincher Creek No. 9

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  • Pincher Creek No. 9, Alberta

    Scramble Table Mountain near Pincher Creek

    6.2 mi / 2296.6 ft gain
    The trail starts at Beaver Mines Lake Campground.From the town of Beaver Mines, take route 774 South to the well marked Beaver Lakes campground turn off. Drive to the end of the camp where you will see a trail head sign board. The trail starts beside the parking sign (A second trail at the end of...
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  • Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

    Hike Turtle Mountain

    4.3 mi / 3051.2 ft gain
    Turtle Mountain will make any hiker work for the reward at the end of the trail. While it offers panoramic views of the valleys and mountains surrounding it, as well as a aerial "looking down upon" view of the famous Frank Slide - the hike even takes you to the top of the mountain above the slide...
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  • Waterton, Alberta

    Hike Mount Lineham

    I’ve heard a lot about the hiking in Waterton and the stunning scenery, but I never really bought into it from the pictures alone – I’m glad I finally took the opportunity to find out for myself. Mount Lineham is a short extension of Lineham Ridge, and while it might not eclipse the views from th...
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  • Waterton, Alberta

    Backpack the Alderson-Carthew Trail

    5.0
    12.4 mi / 4101.1 ft gain
    Take the Akamina Parkway in Wateron Lakes National Park to its terminus at Cameron Lake. Your hike will start from here. If you’re through-hiking either drop another vehicle off at Cameron Falls in the town site, or be prepared to hitch a ride back to Cameron Lake, due to heavy traffic this is ...
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  • Waterton, Alberta

    Hike Bear's Hump, Waterton Lakes NP

    4.7
    1.7 mi / 738 ft gain
    The trailhead is located at the Visitor Center of Waterton Lakes National Park. The trail is very well maintained, but know that the elevation gain is quick - in less than a mile you gain 738 ft. Roundtrip is 1.7 miles and is totally worth the short but strenuous hike.When you reach the top there...
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  • Waterton, Alberta

    Stargaze at the Top of Bear's Hump

    1.7 mi / 656.2 ft gain
    Bear's Hump is one of the shortest hikes in Waterton Lakes National Park.  Fortunately, it also offers one of, if not the best, views of the small mountain town of Waterton and surrounding peaks.  At 2.8 kilometres and 200 meters of elevation gain round trip, this hike can be done in about an hou...
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  • Waterton, Alberta

    Hike to Crypt Lake

    4.3
    10.8 mi / 2296.6 ft gain
    The hike begins with a gradual climb through shaded forest, which thins as you progress into the hanging valley. Along the way, you will pass by three amazing waterfalls: Twin Falls at 3.5km (2 mi), Burnt Rock Falls at 5.6km (3.5 mi) and the 600ft Crypt Falls at 8km (5 mi). There is also a 1km (0...
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  • Flathead County, Montana

    Kintla Lake Campground

    * The road to this trailhead/lake is closed during the winter.  Kintla Lake is one of the lesser explored lakes in Glacier National Park. Located on the west side of the park, it is accessible via an unpaved road from the Polebridge Ranger Station. From the Ranger Station, take a LEFT and contin...
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  • Flathead County, Montana

    Upper Kintla Lake

    23.9 mi / 1683 ft gain
    Upper Kintla Lake is an out-and-back trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Polebridge, Montana.
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  • Fernie, British Columbia

    Hike through Mount Fernie Provincial Park

    4.0
    2.5 mi / 65.6 ft gain
    Fernie is a well-known destination for outdoor rec activities, from resort skiing to backcountry touring to hiking and mountain biking. Going for a short winter hike might seem like the least exciting thing you could do, but as a break from the regular nine-to-five, it provides a perfect reconnec...
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  • Browning, Montana

    Waterton Valley Trail

    20.67 mi / 3720 ft gain
    Waterton Valley Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Babb, Montana.
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  • Browning, Montana

    Kootenai Lakes Trail

    5.55 mi / 620 ft gain
    Kootenai Lakes Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Babb, Montana.
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  • Fernie, British Columbia

    Hike the Mountain Lakes Trail (Heiko's Trail)

    5.0
    14.9 mi / 6889.8 ft gain
    Finished in 2003 by Fernie legend Heiko Socher, Mountain Lakes Trail (aka Heiko’s Trail) is about as good as it gets. This hike is not for the inexperienced hiker. You are way out in the backcountry with little to no other human contact. This is grizzly bear and cougar country so make sure to bri...
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  • Flathead County, Montana

    Hike Numa Ridge Lookout

    5.0
    11.65 mi / 3310 ft gain
    Begin the hike at Bowman Lake Campground. The trail wanders along the West side of the lake for the first mile or so, and then begins a gradual climb to the lookout. The total distance is 5.6 miles each way, and the trail climbs roughly 2,900 vertical. Don't worry, your sore legs and lungs wil...
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  • West Glacier, Montana

    Camp at Bowman Lake

    5.0
    26.85 mi / 3005 ft gain
    Bowman lake is the 3rd largest lake in Glacier National Park and one of the most remote areas accessible by car. The drive out on a dirt road is slow and bumpy but the reward is an area without crowds and lots of adventure potential. The first-come-first-served campground offers 48 sites near t...
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  • West Glacier, Montana

    Waterton Lake via Bowman Lake

    49.5 mi / 6365 ft gain
    Our trip started on Thursday evening, spending the night at the Bowman Lake campground. You can park your car here and it's where the hike will start and end. I recommend staying here the night before because day 1 is a doozy, so you'll want an early start. Day 1 is the hardest day of the hike, ...
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