Bear’s Hump Trail is the most popular trail in the Waterton Lakes National Park. The hike offers majestic views of the village, the Waterton Valley and Mount Cleveland. The Bear’s Hump Trail is a short hike that can be done in 1 hour, which makes it very accessible.
Located in Banff National Park, in Alberta, this 1.3km trail is accessible for hikers of all levels. It’s an ideal small hike for the whole family. The view of the lake and the valley is breathtaking. Powered by the glacier, Peyto Lake is a beautiful turquoise lake. It’s a must if you are visiting Banff National Park.
Located near the campsite Cap-Bon-Ami in the Forillon National Park in Gaspé, this hike of 4.5 km (roundtrip) will take you to the lookout tower at the top of Cap-Bon-Ami. Once at the top, the lookout tower surpasses the trees and offers a 360-degree view of the region of Gaspé. You also have a great view on Cap-Des-Rosiers, another great hike to do in the Forillon National Park. During good weather, you can even see the Pierced Rock
Mount Lafayette is located at the Northern end of the Franconia Range in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the United-States. The rough 14km loop trail is only recommended for experienced adventurers. Indeed, the path is quite rugged, the elevation is high and the 14km adds even more difficulty.
The Garibaldi Lake Trail is an 18.5-kilometer (roundtrip) hike. The park entrance is only 30 minutes from Squamish in British-Columbia. This hike is quite popular since the view of Lake Garibaldi is sublime. The turquoise lake and alpine mountains make Lake Garibaldi one of BC’s most scenic destinations.