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601
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265
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246
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123
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Alberta has approximately 601 trails, including 265 for mountain biking, 246 hiking trails and 123 for other activities. These trails range from 0.2 to 138 miles in length. The most popular trails are Johnston Canyon to Ink Pots, Plain of the Six Glaciers and Wilcox Pass. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in Alberta was Chantal V. who completed Hector Lake .
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The trail through Johnston Canyon may be the most popular in Banff Park. Catwalks and ...
Strenuous climbing on an excellent hiking trail. Just north of Big Shovel Pass, you will ...
This trail follows the shore of the richly-coloured waters of Lake Louise with views of ...
The trail begins in the Little Elbow Campground, approximately 19.9 miles west of Bragg ...
This is an easy day hike to a broad alpine pass with stunning views of the Columbia Icefield. ...
The Icefields Parkway, stretching 230 kilometers (138 miles) between Lake Louise and Jasper ...
Many hikers on the Bertha Lake Trail enjoy the trailside benches and picnicking at Lower ...
This trail lies west of Bragg Creek, Alberta. Moose Mountain Fire Road provides riders ...
THIS IS NOT the tourist trail to Lake Agnes Teahouse. This is a demanding grunt up a rough ...
Next to the Lakeshore Trail, this is the most popular walk in the area, if not in Banff ...
The views from the Rockpile are breathtaking. The view of the lake and its backdrop are ...
Connoisseurs of mountain beauty have a deep affection for Tunnel Mountain. James Outram ...
Yarrow Canyon-it's an exciting name that conjures up images of hidden treasures and secret ...
This extremely popular trail takes you to a superlative viewpoint on the open ridge east ...
The Burstall Pass trail takes you effortlessly into that cheerful green and white karst ...
He was wrong, but knowing nothing better we continue to come to the heart of K Country. ...
The long trudge up the road eventually brings you to the alpine larches and open country ...
Catwalks and view platforms permit a unique variety of vantage points for enjoying this ...
This is one of my favourite hikes in the mountains. After the first switchback the views ...
Wenkchemna Pass is a long (10.4 km, 730 m height gain), arduous hike through some of the ...
Boom Lake is an easy 5.1 km-long hike, with only 185 m height gain. At the eastern end ...
The trailhead is within the Sibbald Creek area of Kananaskis Country. It is accessed most ...
Mitchell Trail lies south of Elkwater Lake and east of Ferguson Hill Road. This expert-level ...
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