Old Fort Point Loop – Best Canadian Rockies Day Hikes

#38 – Canadian Rockies Day Hikes: Old Fort Point Loop Location: Jasper National Park Trailhead: Old Fort Point Parking Area Type: Loop Rating: Moderately-Difficult Total Distance: 2.5-miles Trailhead Elevation: 3,430′ Total Elevation Gain: 305′ Recommended Time: 1.5hrs Recommended Season: Late-May to Early-October Old Fort Point Loop There was never an actual fort at Old Fort…

Hargreaves Lake & Toboggan Falls Loop – Berg Lake Day Hike

The Hargreaves Lake & Toboggan Falls Loop in Canada’s Mount Robson Provincial Park is best accessed as a day hike from one of the backcountry campsites on the Berg Lake Trail. Given the distance and elevation gain acquired we recommend this as a hike from one of the campsites between the Emporer Falls Campground and…

Snowbird Pass Trail – Berg Lake Day Hike

Snowbird Pass Trail in Canada’s Mount Robson Provincial Park is only accessible as a day hike from one of the backcountry campsites on the Berg Lake Trail. Given the distance and elevation gain acquired we recommend this as a hike from one of the campsites between the Marmot Campground and Robson Pass Campground. Check out…

Backpacking Berg Lake in Mount Robson

Backpacking Berg Lake is an amazing adventure found in the wilderness of Mount Robson Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. This post focuses on our experience of hiking the trail. For more information on trail stats and how to acquire one of the coveted camping permits check out our Berg Lake Trail Guide. Backpacking Berg…

Berg Lake Trail Guide – Mount Robson Provincial Park

Our extended stay in the Canadian Rockies saw Jennifer and me going on a lot of backcountry adventures. During those trips, we would make friends around the campfire and ask the locals, “What is your favorite backpacking trip in the area?” Almost all of them said that it was Berg Lake. The only ones that…

The Best Canadian Rockies Backcountry Adventures – Top 8

There is no end to the amazing amount of beauty to be discovered in the Canadian Rockies. Massive icefields feed glaciers that grind up the mountain rock, turning the lakes and rivers into saturated hues of blues and greens. This is a wonderland for those who love to spend time in nature. There is so…