Taylor Lake

Located in Lake Louise, near Deer Lodge

The Taylor Lake hike in Banff National Park is an enjoyable hike up the lower slopes of Mount Bell to a beautiful mountain lake. It is especially nice in the fall when the lake is surrounded by golden larch trees. The Taylor Lake hike is 13.7 km out and back with 907 m of elevation gain.

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Larch Valley & Sentinel Pass

The Larch Valley hike near Moraine Lake is one of the most beautiful hikes in Banff National Park, even outside of larch season. This trail rises from the shores of Moraine Lake to an extensive forest of larch trees. From this forest of larch trees, hikers will enjoy panoramic views of the mountains which make up […]

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