Hiking Trails Near Kananaskis, AB
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Hiking Trails Near Kananaskis, AB

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Kananaskis has 28 hiking trails. These trails range from 1 to 14.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Tent Ridge, Evan-Thomas Creek (Fisher Peak, Camp Creek, & Mackay Hills) and Lost Lake. Trails.com member Cris G. recently completed Galatea Creek To Lillian Lake. See all Kananaskis trails.
Best Trails in Kananaskis 28 Results
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After years of trampling by provincial team skiers en route to the Haig Icefield (they ...
Galatea Creek was once a place for adventurers, being fraught with difficulty and uncertainty. ...
This is an easy overnight or moderate day hike to a large subalpine lake tucked below ...
An easy interpretive trail leads to Warspite Lake where you leave the tourists behind, ...
Like Headwall Lakes, this valley is accessed via the colour-coded Smith-Dorrien skiing ...
Incredibly, The Fortress, which appears impregnable from Highway 40, is a walk-up from ...
This has to be the most delectable valley on the east side of the highway, containing ...
Every time I've been to Rummel Lake the normal way I've always met a hiker who's come ...
Despite a less than aesthetic start up steeply-inclined logging roads, this jade-coloured ...
For some people, lakes near timberline are only a stepping stone to the alpine above, ...
This is a very pleasant forest walk around a string of fishing lakes named after Scottish ...
A moderately steep forest trail, cleared by Rudi Kranabitter, takes you to a body of water ...
Commonwealth Creek is the gateway to some superb alpine country that makes you yearn to ...
A short steep climb to a typical cirque lake. This is another of those lakes formerly ...
This is one of the most enjoyable ridge walks you'll ever do. It takes in three summits ...
If yearning for a great view that includes Mt. Assiniboine, take the normal route up Tent ...
This silky sheet of green water, which I persist in calling Marushka, lies in the valley ...
This is an easy walk through cutblocks and climax forest to one of the largest springs ...
Although the moderately strenuous Buller Pass trail is perceived as being a backpacker's ...
The ridge extending northeast from The Fortress ends at a superlative viewpoint overlooking ...
This is a short, strenuous hike through Fortress Mountain ski area to an inky-blue lake ...
I knew I'd find a use for this parking lot someday! Grizzly Creek is a demanding hike ...
Driving up Highway 40, I had often wondered if this route went. Could you get through ...
Walking up Evan-Thomas Creek to the pass is the least interesting of the options included ...
Want to get away from the hordes trudging to Lillian Lake? This is a quiet forest walk ...
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