We offer guided hikes and interpretive walks in Banff National Park, Yoho and Kootenay. You tell us what you’d like to experience, see and learn and we cater to your wishes and needs.


Our hikes are for average fit people. We are not about achieving any records, but about experiencing unspoiled Nature. The wonders we encounter along the trail, the beauty and the enjoyment of the mountains are more important than getting to the top as fast as possible. However it will require some level of fitness, since we do hike in the mountains, where most trails are not flat.

We have indicated the fitness level required for each hike with raven tracks:


If you are interested in breathing in some fresh mountain air and marvel at the scenery, while tuning your senses to Nature – you’re in good company with us! 


A few ideas for your consideration:

Below is a list of suggested hikes. However there are a lot more options, keeping in mind that we are only licensed to guide in Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks.

If you have heard of a specific hike that is not listed below, please check with us.

  • Lake Agnes and “Little Beehive”
  • Helen Lake                           
  • Peyto Lake / Hector Lake (late season)           
  • Rockbound Lake
  • Yoho Lake – Iceline loop
  • Sunshine Meadows loop

 Passes and Ridges

  • Castle Lookout (early season)
  • Crowfoot Pass (late season)
  • Helen Lake
  • Larch Valley (with Sentinel Pass option)
  • Paget Lookout (early season)
  • Saddleback (with Sheol Valley option)
  • Yoho Lake - Iceline loop

Glacier Views

  • Agnes Lake - Little Beehive
  • Plain of Six Glaciers
  • Stanley Glacier
  • Yoho Lake- Iceline loop

Half Day Hikes

  • Johnson Lake
  • Hoodoo Trail
  • Tunnel Mountain
  • Sulphur Mountain
  • Sunshine Meadows

Winter Hikes

Different locations along the Continental Divide between Banff and Kootenay National Parks. Click here to read our descriptions.

“Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson