Buller Pass

Kananaskis, Alberta

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Although the moderately strenuous Buller Pass trail is perceived as being a backpacker's trail to Ribbon Lake, there's no reason why fit hikers can't make the pass and back in a day. The original north pass route was superseded by the south pass trail in 1981, but is still available as an alternative or for making a high-level loop. Snow (cornice on north pass) persists on the east side of the passes well into July.

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"Although the moderately strenuous Buller Pass trail is perceived as being a backpacker's trail to Ribbon Lake, there's no reason why fit hikers can't make the pass and back in a day.

The original north pass route was superseded by the south pass trail in 1981, but is still available as an alternative or for making a high-level loop. Snow (cornice on north pass) persists on the east side of the passes well into July."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Kananaskis
Distance: 6.2
Elevation Gain: 2,200 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: Backpack, long day hike
Local Maps: 82 J/14 Spray Lakes Reservoir
Driving Directions: Directions to Buller Pass

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May 2018