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Moraine Lake Road
Moraine Lake Road entrance.
Novice & Easy
15.6 km return
Elevation gain 250m
Climbing steadily, this trail includes both gently rolling and hilly stretches. Tracksetting ends at a viewpoint of Consolation Valley and the Ten Peaks. Beyond the viewpoint, the road crosses large avalanche paths.
A beautiful trail, the Fairview runs through sections of open clearings and snow-draped woods. It's also possible to make a 7.5 km loop (160 m total elevation gain) using the Fairview trail, the Moraine Lake Road and the Tramline trail: the recommended direction is counter-clockwise.
his loops features a wide open ski across frozen Lake Louise, followed by a fun 'up &s; down' trip back through the woods -- just 100 metres uphill from the lakeshore walking path. Use the Fairview - Lake Louise Connector trail to ski directly from the parking lot onto the lake. Tracksetting ends at the back of the lake, as the trail up the valley crosses large avalanche paths.
This trail has several steep and technically demanding hills. If you find them too imposing, they can be avoided by taking the 'Hillside' bypass. Start in front of the Chateau Lake Louise as if going to Lake Agnes, then turn right onto trail #5. Once up and behind the Chateau, ski steeply down to the Great Divide and Lower Telemark trails.
Mostly flat, but trending gently downhill, this trail takes you to the 'Great Divide' - the BC / Alberta border. From here, you can continue into Yoho another 3.5 km (grooming irregular) to the Lake O'Hara parking lot.
A series of interconnected forested trails that begin at Castle Mountain Bungalows.You can park for these trails (labelled #1, #2 & #3 on-site) either near the hostel, or at the Rockbound Lake or Castle Lookout trailheads. Detailed maps are available at Castle Mountain Village or the hostel.