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Distance is 3.5 miles. You could connect Plain Of Six Glaciers And Lake Agnes Tea Houses for a 9 miles hike. The trail head is at Lake Louise.
Possibly one of the most spectacular hikes in the Rockies, with close-up views of numerous glaciers, one of the highest waterfalls in Canada (Takakkaw Falls), peaks of mountains, and much more. The trail head is 25 miles northwest of Lake Louise.
Hike with elevation and some rock scrambling. Distance is 9.5 miles. The trail head is about 20 miles northwest of Lake Louise.
Parker Ridge Hike is in northern Banff National Park towards Jasper. Distance 3 miles. The trail head is about 75 miles north of Lake Louise.
Bow Glacier Falls Hike is on the northern side of Banff - towards Parker Ridge hike. The trail head is about 15 miles north from Lake Louise.
3 hours. Level II to IV+. You can combine rafting and Lake Louise Sightseeing Lift for USD $95. Meeting point is towards Golden - about 40 miles west of Lake Louise.
4 hours. USD $138. 2 miles from our Hidden Resort Logde. 35 miles south of Lake Louise.
Drive from Banff on Route 93 (Icefield Parkway) to Columbia Icefields in the northern part of Banff National Park is considered one of the most scenic routes in the world. Crowfoot Glacier is one of the first glaciers you will see on the Icefield Parkway as you head towards Jasper. The Columbia Icefields are about 2.5 hours drive from Lake Louise.
Banff has numerous awe inspiring lakes:
-Lake Minnewanka, Two Jack Lake, and Vermillion Lakes are near Banff downtown/Hidden Ridge Resort.
-Moraine Lake is south west of Lake Louise.
-Bow Lake and Peyto Lake are on Route 93 toward Columbia Icefields - one of the most scenic routes in the world.
Canada's "Castle in the Rockies". The hotel is 10 minutes south of Hidden Ridge Resort. The best place to get a picture of this hotel is the Surprise Corner. To get to Surprise Corner, take the Tunnel Mountain Road from the Hidden Ridge Resort towards Banff Center for Arts and Creativity.
Bow Falls is a major waterfall on the Bow River just before the junction of it and the Spray River. The falls is located about 10 minutes south of Hidden Ridge Resort - near Fairmont Springs Hotel.
Hoodoos are composed sedimentary rock covered by harder rock that is harder to erode. Once softer sediment erodes rock needle, or tower like natural obstacles are left. The Hoodoos viewpoint is a short hike from the Surprise Corner viewpoint. It is about a 10 minute drive from Hidden Ridge Resort - take the Tunnel Mountain Road towards Tunnel Mountain Campground and Banff Center for Arts and Creativity.