Num-Ti-Jah Lodge

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Mile 22 Icefields Parkway
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BOW GLACIER

by mtncorg

Another magnificent trail extends from the Icefields Parkway, a short distance north of Lake Louise. You have two options, one more magnificent, but more rugged, than the other. From the Num-ti-jah Lodge, you can either hike up to Bow Hut gaining 500 meters of elevation with a roundtrip of about 15 kilometers. The Alpine Club of Canada’s Bow Hut is set amidst a true alpine wonderland of rock and ice. A little easier option, is the 9 kilometer roundtrip to Bow Glacier Falls. Leaping off of 152 meter high cliffs lying below the foot of Bow Glacier, Bow Glacier Falls provides a dramatic and wild birth to the Bow River.

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Bow Glacier high above Num-ti-jah LodgeBow Glacier high above Num-ti-jah Lodge

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Best Hikes in the Rockies

by zrim

Will be in the Jasper, Banff, Yoho area for a week in July. Anyone want to share their favorite hikes.

Re: Best Hikes in the Rockies

by madamx

A great book to get is: Don't Waste Your Time in the Canadian Rockies by Kathy and Craig Copeland, as there are many fantastic hikes in those areas.
A favorite of mine is Bow Hut (by way of Bow Glacier Falls) which starts out from Bow Lake and Num-ti-jah Lodge, approx 1/2 hour from Lake Louise. You can access it from the Icefields Parkway.

Also, a gorgeous hike is Valley of the Ten Peaks, accessible from Moraine Lake. One word of caution though, you cannot hike the trail with a group of less than six, as it is in the territory of an ornery grizzly bear. If there is not enough in your party, there is a sign up board, and you can join up with other hikers.
There are also many beautiful hikes in the Kananaskis region (including Peter Lougheed Provincial Park), about 40 minutes south of Banff, going east on the Transcanada highway.

If you would like more specific info or If you need any help with information on Banff and Yoho, please feel free to e-mail me. Have fun!!!! :o)

Re: Best Hikes in the Rockies

by spartan

Hi,

Totally agree with madamx...I have some hikes that I took around the Canmore area as well as Kananaskis (it's actually under Kananaskis Lakes on my page), so if you want to take a look, please do so.

Sincerely,

Spartan

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 Num-Ti-Jah Lodge

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Num-ti-jah Hotel Lake Louise

Address: Mile 22 Icefields Parkway