Stay on the designated trails!!!!, Banff National Park

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  • view down to Fatigue Valley
    view down to Fatigue Valley
    by backpacker_andi
  • Lori Hiking up Bow Summit
    Lori Hiking up Bow Summit
    by Waalewiener

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    It could be dangerous hiking with camera in hand.

    by Waalewiener Updated Jun 26, 2003

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    Hiking up the Bow Summit is beautiful ,and for younger hikers it will be a snap ,but for older folks at can be a tricky hike .
    The path is paved ,and it it not really that bad , but it is full of melting Ice and Snow .
    I suggest to take it easy and be careful going up ,it will take somewhere between 15-20 minutes to hike up this Summit ,and it is well worth it. Good luck if you go.

    Lori Hiking up Bow Summit
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    No trail between Citadel Peak and Brewster Creek

    by backpacker_andi Written Nov 10, 2003

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    When trying to find the trail between the Citadel Peak and the Brewster Creek, you should follow the stone heaps. If you get lost you can find the trail, after two small lakes on the right side of the creek (this is where the creek starts!) - you can see the two lakes in the background of the picture I added. It is a horse trail and thus not very easy to hike!

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