Rogers Pass, British Columbia

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  • Columbia-Shuswap A, British Columbia

    Backcountry Ski in Rogers Pass

    The back country skiing in riding in Rogers Pass is top notch. The snow quality and quantity is some of the best in North America with easy access to some very steep terrain.  What to Know Rogers Pass is known for it's avalanches. The whole pass stretches for quite some distance and due to the st...
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  • Rogers Pass, British Columbia

    Climb Mt. Tupper in Rogers Pass

    Mt Tupper is an alpine rock climb. This means that while graded technically easy this can be a challenging on committing route and feels much harder then the 5.5 grade it receives. There is a good deal of difficult exposed scrambling. The ridge has nowhere to bail except the direction you came, a...
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  • Rogers Pass, British Columbia

    Camp at Hermit Meadows

    4 mi / 2559.1 ft gain
    The trail head is located between the Rogers Pass Discovery Center and the Tupper. It's a good idea to head into the Discovery Center first and book the campsites as they do require pre-booking to use, and the fines can be steep. Campfires are banned at this campsite as it is a fragile alpine eco...
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  • Columbia-Shuswap, British Columbia

    Giant Cedars Boardwalk

    0.26 mi / 105 ft gain
    The Giant Cedars Boardwalk is a great spot to stop along the Trans Canada Highway #1 and enjoy a short boardwalk trail through giant Cedars, some over 500 years old.   The trail has some steps, but several benches along the way making it great for anyone. It's like a stroll through a forest in a...
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  • Columbia-Shuswap B, British Columbia

    Hike to Miller and Eva Lakes in Mount Revelstoke NP

    4.0
    9.3 mi / 587.3 ft gain
    Mount Revelstoke, located in the Columbian Range on the border of Alberta and British Columbia, is the only summit in the Canadian Rockies you can reach by car. The windy road from the Trans-Canadian highway rises about 4000 ft. offering increasingly expansive views of the valley below. The park ...
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  • Columbia-Shuswap B, British Columbia

    Hike to Broken Bridge Falls

    1.0
    3.1 mi / 82 ft gain
    To get to Broken Bridge Trail head follow the switched back road of Meadows in the Sky Pkwy up through Mt Revelstoke National Park. Make sure to get a trail brochure at the park gate this will help as the directions are easier to understand while reading the map on the brochure. Make your way up ...
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  • Revelstoke, British Columbia

    Heli-Hike Ghost Peak

    2 mi / 800 ft gain
    Typically a very popular place for heli-skiing in the winter months, Ghost Peak and the surrounding area offer some epic alpine hiking opportunities! Various routes are available from the ridge connecting Ghost Peak with Mount Cartier. The basin between the peaks, Ghost Peak Basin, is strewn with...
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  • Columbia-Shuswap B, British Columbia

    Explore Begbie Falls

    1.9 mi / 82 ft gain
    This short trail leads down to a fantastic viewpoint overlooking the falls. Additionally the trail leads to a beach at the mouth of Begbie Creek. Just above the beach there is a tent pad, picnic table and fire pit for camping.  Follow highway 23 south of Revelstoke and turn right on Mt Begbie Rd....
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  • Parson, British Columbia

    Hike to Wapta Falls, Yoho National Park

    5.0
    2.4 mi / 180 ft gain
    This short 1.2 mile hike leads you through a relatively level forest to a spot on the Kicking Horse River where the water crashes off a river-wide cliff, producing almost a guaranteed rainbow at the bottom. The trail starts at the Wapta Falls Trailhead, which is a short drive off the Trans Canadi...
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  • Field, British Columbia

    Explore the Natural Bridge in Yoho NP

    4.5
    Whether you are traveling north or south on the Trans-Canada Highway in Yoho National Park you will see a sign that directs you west to travel on Emerald Lake Road. When you turn west you will travel about one mile, or 1.6 km, and then you will see the parking area for the Natural Bridge. After p...
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  • Columbia-Shuswap A, British Columbia

    Hike to Hamilton Falls, Yoho NP

    4.0
    1.76 mi / 474 ft gain
    Hamilton Falls trail sign is across the parking lot from Emerald Lake and points you in the direction of the trail. The trail will start with a gentle incline which immediately places you into a lush forest as the noise of tourism begins to fade. Approximately 0.4 miles up the trail, you will rea...
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  • Field, British Columbia

    Hike the Emerald Lake Circuit

    5.0
    3.2 mi
    Emerald Lake is without a doubt one of the most beautiful lakes in the Canadian Rockies and is the jewel (see what I did there...) of Yoho National Park. The circuit surrounding the lake allows great opportunities for pictures and views from all sides.Getting there: Just west of Field, BC turn of...
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  • Field, British Columbia

    Canoe Emerald Lake

    4.3
    2 mi
    Beat the crowd at Moraine Lake and paddle Emerald Lake instead! This lake is a must for any Banff/Yoho explorer. It's an easy drive off HWY 1 but stop at the Natural Bridge along the way. There's a restaurant, Cilantro, inside the lodge with a patio along the shore. Canoe rentals are around $90 ...
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  • Field, British Columbia

    Backpack Burgess Pass to the Iceline to Takakkaw Falls

    5.0
    42.3 mi
    This hike begins at a trailhead 1.5 km (0.9 mi) from Field, B.C., Canada. When heading west on the Trans Canada Highway towards Field, turn right 1.5 km before Field onto a small dirt road. Immediately turn left and continue driving straight for 500 m (0.3 mi) to a small open area for parking at ...
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  • Sicamous, British Columbia

    Backcountry Ski at Blanket Glacier Chalet

    At Blanket Glacier Chalet, experience some of the best skiing in the area while taking time off from the rest of the world. This is not a strictly luxury experience, but you won't be roughing it, either: plan on lots delicious food, skiing your heart out, relaxing in the wood-fired sauna and enjo...
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  • Field, British Columbia

    Takakkaw Falls

    4.0
    1.2 mi / 196.9 ft gain
    This powerful waterfall is unquestionably, one of Canada's largest and most magnificent waterfalls. It falls at around a whopping 381 meters over the sheer cliff of the beautiful Canadian Rockies. The word 'Takakkaw' loosely translates from the language of 'Cree,' into the English phrase, "it is ...
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