The above video shows the beautiful, cascading secret waterfall which is about a 2-minute walk from the Highline trail.
The Highline trail at Canmore has become very popular with bikers and hikers. For those who are familiar with it, this won’t be a problem, but if you’re doing it for the first time, it could be an issue. The trail marker at the top of the east
– Brett and Nicole at the top of the west connector of the Highline trail – Conditions are excellent on the middle loop of the Highline trail for hiking and biking.
It’s a rare occasion when I’ve been able to do any hiking this summer, so Tessa and I were thrilled to be out enjoying the Highline trail in the beautiful July weather this evening.
The middle loop of the Highline trail at Canmore is in great shape for biking and hiking. The entire loop was dry as Tessa and I hiked it today.
If you’re thinking of doing some hiking this weekend, be prepared for lots of snow and slush. The Highline trail starts
I’ve been hiking the Highline trail in Canmore for five years, and only discovered this spectacular cascading waterfall today. You can’t see it
Update July 2013: The severe flooding of June 2013 has severely impacted this trail. Many of the details in this report, especially past the waterfall, will no longer apply. I posted an update on May 23, 2015 Depending on how far you go, this hike can offer just about everything. On…
Update: I’ve posted the GPS track for this hike Grassi knob track. As I mentioned in a recent post, I am going to post some hiking trips on this ski blog. It will help me stay in practice and keep the log-in and posting procedure fresh in my mind
Now with easy access along the Highline trail, a 1.8K(one way) hike will enable you to see some interesting features along Three Sisters creek. Although we started the hike from my backyard, the most appropriate trailhead for this hike would be