Stoney Squaw Topo Map

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Stoney Squaw is a locally well-known trail. In a park where most of the singletrack has long since been closed, it stands along as a great technical route. Total distance for this out-and-back is 2.16 miles and it is basically uphill to 1.08 miles, followed by a descent over the same route. The first views focus to the southwest toward the sparkling waters of the Vermilion Lakes. Some of the most famous photographs of Banff have been taken on the shores of these lakes, with the towering face of Mount Rundle (the major peak to the southeast) reflected in their waters. As you reach the high point on the trail, the views roll toward the Cascade Valley and Cascade Mountain to the north and the Fairholme Range in the east. currently offers topo maps from the entire United States. We plan to expand our topomap database in the future, however this map is not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.

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Mar 2018