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Ice Walks In Alberta - The Beauty Of Johnston Canon Ice Walk

Ice Walks in Alberta – Three Unforgettable Experiences

There are three ice walks in Alberta - and they all provide unforgettable experiences. Enjoy a high fun factor as you slip slide along frozen rivers, stopping to admire icy waterfalls or beautiful ice formations. On one of the ice walks in Alberta you can slither into a cave and stand behind a curtain of frozen water. On another, you can enjoy the view down into a multi-hued canyon while standing on a cantilevered catwalk…

Catching The Ice Climbers In Action In Johnston Canyon

The Johnston Canyon Ice Walk in Banff National Park

The Johnston Canyon ice walk in Banff National Park ticks off all the boxes when it comes to a fun, half-day adventure. It's one of the most popular winter activities in Banff but don't let that put you off. To avoid the crowds, plan to start the Johnston Canyon ice walk either early or late in the day, appreciating that the sun sets by 4:45 PM in late December. Sometimes you will literally slip-slide your…

The Ink Pots Hike In Banff National Park

The Ink Pots Hike via Johnston Canyon

Five pristine aquamarine coloured pools named the Ink Pots are a great destination for a picnic in Banff National Park. The trail to the Ink Pots is well marked, though moderately difficult with an elevation gain of 335 metres over 5.9 kilometres. On a summer weekend the Ink Pots can be a very busy place but if you go early or late in the day you might get lucky and have the place to yourself. The Hike…

Ice Climbing At Johnston Canyon In Banff National Park

Where & How to Go Ice Climbing in Alberta

Have you ever thought about ice climbing in Alberta? I'd never given it any serious thought, until I was asked, I could even say coerced into saying yes, I'd give it a go. From what I'd seen of ice climbing in Alberta - both in Maligne Canyon and Johnston Canyon, it looked scary and quite frankly cold and unappealing. But once you've said yes to something, you change your tune and your thinking. If I…

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