Hiking Lake Louise
If you're a hiker, the Canadian Rocky Mountain national parks are probably high on your life list. If not, they should be. And of all the options awaiting you here, hiking Lake Louise could well be the most rewarding.
Numerous trails to various destinations plus an intense concentration of dramatic scenery make hiking Lake Louise the zenith of many people's experience in the Canadian Rockies.
The phrase "hiking Lake Louise" suggests a single trail to one destination. But you actually have many choices here, including Lake Agnes, Mt. St. Piran, the Little Beehive, the Big Beehive, the Plain of Six Glaciers, Saddleback, Mt. Fairview, Lake Annette, Paradise Valley, Sentinel Pass, Wenkchemna Pass, and the Consolation Lakes.
So before hiking Lake Louise, in fact well before arriving at Lake Louise, make a priority list. Know which trails you most want to hike. That way you can efficiently budget your time and energy according to each day's weather forecast.
After hiking Lake Louise, you don't want to say, "Oh, I wish I could have..." because it's possible you'll never pass this way again.
Interested in hiking Lake Louise? You'll find all the details and motivation you need in a guidebook that has no equal: Don't Waste Your Time in the Canadian Rockies, The Opinionated Hiking Guide. Reading it will ensure you attain the maximal reward-to-effort ratio during your stay in the Canadian Rockies.
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