Lake Louise Hiking
The phrase "Lake Louise hiking" covers a lot of ground.
Numerous trails afford what can accurately be described as Lake Louise hiking. Among the choices are 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.
All these trailheads are within a very short drive of Lake Louise, and all these trails probe the same, prodigious, lofty massif-each from a different direction and affording a distinct perspective.
If you're visiting the Canadian Rockies from afar, you almost certainly will not have sufficient time here to exhaust all the Lake Louise hiking options. So if you want to make the most of your stay, start planning.
Which Lake Louise hiking trails strongly appeal to you? Which ones suit your physical capability? Having decided in advance, once you're here you can look out the window in the morning, assess the weather, and instantly decide where to point your boots.
The Canadian Rockies rank among the world's preeminent mountains. Lake Louise, in a dramatic, glaciated cirque, is the most celebrated sight in the entire range. And the Lake Louise hiking trails are (to choose but one of a thousand fitting adjectives) certifiably wondrous.
We urge you to know before you go.
Thinking about Lake Louise hiking? You'll find all the facts and encouragement you need in a unique guidebook: Don't Waste Your Time in the Canadian Rockies, The Opinionated Hiking Guide. Reading it will ensure you devote your precious hiking time to the most dramatic trails in the Canadian Rockies.
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