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Enjoyable hike to waterfall and lake (steep in places)

We were all four of us novice hikers and decided to take the more difficult trail up to Grassi... read more

Reviewed today
Edmonton, Canada
One of the best short hikes in the Canmore area!

This has a stroller version and a non stoller version on the way up! The non stroller version is... read more

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Reviewed today

We were all four of us novice hikers and decided to take the more difficult trail up to Grassi Lake. Part of the route is quite steep, rocky, and near a precipice, but we got to see the waterfall, which is quite spectacular. Not for...More

Thank KhalidA697
Reviewed yesterday

This has a stroller version and a non stoller version on the way up! The non stroller version is great with beautiful sites, waterfalls and the view is amazing! A must do when in Canmore.

Thank Denmother123
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a relaxing hike up to some small falls. I took the "difficult" path in and it was fun scaling the rock steps and tree roots.

Thank riseabovetwo
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were looking for a place to hike around Canmore and chose this one because it was rated as easy. The parking lot of full and the trail was quite crowded! We took the easy trail up, and somewhat disappointed to find the area around...More

2  Thank 649Debbie
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There presently is work being done high above the second Lake so the walk around the lake is presently closed. you can still hike to the first Lake and look over the orange fence to see the lake but that is as close as you...More

4  Thank ERDFirefighter
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked the trail up to the waterfall with kids aged 7 & 15. The views are amazing! We saw people do it with strollers so it is very accessible. We spent 2 hours here.

4  Thank 996Chrissy
Reviewed 1 week ago

As an experienced walker (hiker) I'm sure that you will find it easier to walk up the "hard" route than down it. There are one or two steeper bits but unless you're unfit or over 80 you should manage - and you can rest. By...More

1  Thank johnson6
Reviewed 1 week ago

Took the harder route but couldn't complete it as at the end it was very dangerous going around a rock on a narrow ledge with a sheer cliff 100's of feet below. This area is a total hazard and should have a railing for sure....More

2  Thank gcressey
Reviewed 1 week ago

hard climb at some places, beautiful waterfalls, clear, colorful lakes, good views from the top, go for it

Thank volsfanFranklin_Tn_
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We enjoyed the hike with all three kids but the lakes were fenced off unfortunately. Still great views of lake and water falls.

Thank Rockin69069
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Samantha R
18 July 2018|
Response from PMahdis | Reviewed this property |
There were many dogs (on leash of course) when I was there. They do have to walk past each other coming and going.
Sarah R
21 June 2018|
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Response from ExcitedforCuba789 | Reviewed this property |
Yes as long as the stroller has big wheels. We have a schwinn stroller that would have worked. An umbrella or stroller with plastic wheels would not be recommended. Do not try the hard way with a stroller as the path is... More