Trip Reports by Location

These trip reports are organized by location, and by Park or Area. For example, Fairview Mountain is located in both Alberta, and Banff National Park. For Kananaskis Country, Trip Reports are further organized by the five major divisions within this park. For example, Mist Mountain is in the Highwood Area of Kananaskis Country. Trip Reports for areas outside of Parks are organized by the closest town or municipality.

ALBERTA

These Trip Reports are all within Alberta.

Banff National Park

Please read this article BEFORE you start winter hiking, snowshoeing or skiing in the National Parks.
Safe(r) Winter Routes for Snowshoe/Hikers – National Parks

Waterton National Park

Please read this article BEFORE you start winter hiking, snowshoeing or skiing in the National Parks.
Safe(r) Winter Routes for Snowshoe/Hikers – National Parks

Jasper National Park

Please read this article BEFORE you start winter hiking, snowshoeing or skiing in the National Parks.
Safe(r) Winter Routes for Snowshoe/Hikers – National Parks

Kananaskis Country

Please read this article BEFORE you start winter hiking, snowshoeing or skiing in Kananaskis Country.
Safe(r) Winter Routes for Snowshoe/Hikers – Kananaskis

Kananaskis Country – Ghost, Canmore, Bow Valley, Spray Lakes

Kananaskis Country – Kananaskis Valley, Smith Dorrien, Kananaskis Lakes, Elk Lakes

Kananaskis Country – Jumping Pound, West Bragg, Elbow

Kananaskis Country – Sheep, McLean Creek

Kananaskis Country – Flat Creek, Highwood, Cataract, Willow Creek, Livingstone

Highway 11 / Nordegg Area

BRITISH COLUMBIA

These trip reports are all within British Columbia.

Kootenay National Park

Columbia Valley – Invermere Area

Kootenay

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