This was a great cross country trail that wasn't too difficult. It would be nice to continue all the way to the lake but unfortunately, there is avalanche risk after the viewpoint.
Our plan was to ski towards Skoki Lodge and just see how far we could make it before having to turn around.
Hanging Lake is a beautiful ski tour up through the Callaghan area with the option of doing Gin Peak.
Every year we plan a night of skiing under a full moon in the month December. This was definitely the coldest we had ever attempted but despite the temperatures, Chester Lake ended up being one of the most memorable.
Grizzly Peak is still one of my favorite scrambles, I can't remember how many times I've done it now but it's amazing every time.
Watersprite Lake is a beautiful day or overnight hike about 2 hours from Vancouver. It's a 17km round trip with 660m elevation gain.
The best camping on the Indian arm is at Granite Falls, it's 18km and between 3-6 hours one way. It's a beautiful paddle that ends at a large waterfall.
This was our first time up there and while it was beautiful, it was very sad to see how much garbage had been left by people on the trail and lakeside. If you do decide to take the trip up there, please pack out all of your garbage.
The Icefields Parkway is an incredibly beautiful 230km stetech of highway from Lake Louise to Jasper with 1800m of elevation gain. We cycled it over the course of 4 days and 3 nights, camping along the way.