Lake Louise Hikes
There are many Lake Louise hikes. None disappoint. All lead to WOW: the wonder of wilderness.
But because Lake Louise is, in many people's opinion, the scenic apex of the Canadian Rockies, and because your time here is probably more limited than you would prefer, it's important that you carefully select which Lake Louise hikes you most want to complete. Do it before you arrive. That way you can wisely budget your time and energy according to the current weather conditions.
The menu of Lake Louise hikes includes 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.
It's important to note, however, that not all these trails begin at Lake Louise, so strictly speaking some are not "Lake Louise hikes." We consider them Lake Louise hikes, however, because all the trailheads are within a few minutes' drive of Lake Louise and all the trails penetrate the same, sprawling, towering massif-each from a slightly different angle and providing a unique perspective.
Excited about Lake Louise hikes? You'll find all the information and inspiration you need in a guidebook like no other: Don't Waste Your Time in the Canadian Rockies, The Opinionated Hiking Guide. Reading it will ensure you devote your limited hiking time to the most scenically rewarding trails in the Canadian Rockies.
Go to http://www.hikingcamping.com/hike-rockies.php to learn more about Don't Waste Your Time in the Canadian Rockies, The Opinionated Hiking Guide.