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Stroll : Cameron Lakeshore Trail, Blakiston Falls / Red Rock Canyon
Half-day hike : Bertha Lake
Full-day hike : Crypt Lake
Multi-day hike : Tamarack Trail
Walks : Johnston Canyon to Lower Falls
Half-day hike : Johnston Canyon to Ink Pots
Full-day hike : Sunshine Meadows
Half-day hikes : Stanley Glacier, Boom Lake
Multi-day hike : Rockwall Highline
Walks : Moraine Lake Shoreline, Lake Louise Shoreline
Half-day hikes : Plain of Six Glaciers, Lake Agnes, Larch Valley, Lower Consolation Lakes
Full-day hike : The Big Beehive, Saddleback Pass, Paradise Valley
Walk : Emerald Lake Shoreline
Full-day hike : Twin Falls
Multi-day : Iceline
Various hikes : Lake O'Hara
Half-day hikes : Bow Glacier Falls, Parker Ridge, Wilcox Pass
Walks : Maligne Canyon
Half-day hikes : Angel Glacier / Cavell Meadows, Maligne Canyon
Full-day hikes : Maligne Canyon (you can cover as little or as much of Maligne Canyon as you like)
Multi-day hikes : Jasper Highlands
Multi-day hike : Berg Lake
The Leave No Trace website explains how to hike with a minimum of impact on the environment.
The Ten Essential of Hiking lists gear that should be taken on every hike.
The TripAdvisor page entitled Inside Banff National Park : Clothing includes a suggested list of what to wear for hiking.
See Inside Banff National Park : Books for a list of recommended hiking guidebooks.
Club Tread is an Internet forum that is dedicated to sharing information about hiking in British Columbia and Alberta.