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In July, 4 of us hiked from Sunshine Village to Og Lake. This was a three night back country hike. While it is listed as moderate, you should know it is at elevation and there are some long uphill and downhill portions. You need to...More
Took a backpack in here from Sunshine Village and was blown away by its beauty. Trails are well kept, easy to follow and views all around. Nice campsites. Met lots of friendly faces on the trail. Saw evidence that bears had been by, but did...More
This has to be one of the most beautiful mountains in the Canadian Rockies. We flew in to this park via helicopter as par of the Philip Norman Photography tour instead to trekking in for 8 hours. This park is so so beautiful with numerous...More
Would rate Berg Lake trail much higher...it just has more scenic beauty and lot more features in my opinion.
We hiked in from Sunshine and took the chopper out to Mt. Shark....we're planning to hike out, but weather changes prevented that...🤐
Amazing views going in...More
Start by Parking at sunshine village ski resort, take the gondola to sunshine village for a small gondola fee. With backpack in hand ready for the 4 day trek leave the village and trek through the flowery alpine meadows, down to porcupine camp ground about...More
This year the Naiset Huts were open between Christmas and New Year's (I don't think they usually are, usually they open in February for the winter season) so we decided to head out for a cross-country ski week. As always it was a fabulous time!...More
Just visited Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park for four days. The whole park could only be accessed either through hiking or helicopter as there is no road access. The trails are amazing and the scenery is breathtaking. I would rate it as the best in the...More
The park has the best-maintained hiking trails I have seen, and the campsites in the park are sited with spectacular views of the mountains. The hike in was absolutely worth the stay on the other end. If you do make the trip, spend more than...More
Date of experience: August 2010
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