Trip 1, on page 42 of Don’t Waste Your Time in the Canadian Rockies, the Opinionated Hiking Guide, is Akamina Ridge / Wall and Forum Lakes. It’s a supreme ridgewalk in little-known Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park. Views from the alpine ridgecrest extend across the adjacent national parks: Waterton Lakes (Alberta, Canada), and Glacier (Montana, USA). We re-hiked Akamina recently and were as moved by the scenery as we were the first time. Of course, we carefully re-checked the On Foot description in our book. We noted only one change: There’s now a signed trail ascending from Forum Lake to the saddle between Forum and Wall lakes. You’ll see the sign to your right as you approach Forum Lake. Beyond the saddle, the description in our book remains accurate. If you’re visiting Waterton Lakes National Park this fall, and you’re a strong hiker willing to grapple with one pitch of scrambling, we urge you to give Akamina Ridge a go. It’s spectacular.