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The Turquoise Coloured Skoki Lakes Are Off In The Distance

Hiking a Loop Trail in the Skoki Area, Banff National Park

Last week I wrote about my backpacking trip up to stunning Baker Lake in the Skoki area. But what I didn't mention is the beautiful loop hike that you can do starting and ending at the Baker Lake Campground. It's worth spending two nights at the campground so you can do this. Read: Backpacking to Baker Lake, Skoki Area, Banff National Park Red Deer Lakes was our first stop Before leaving the campground for the day…

This Is What It Looks Like Skiing Down From Deception Pass

Skiing to Skoki Lodge via Boulder and Deception Passes

Backcountry skiing to Skoki Lodge via Boulder and Deception Passes can be challenging but only under whiteout conditions. Otherwise it's straightforward unless you have a lot of powder or crusty conditions on the descent from Deception Pass.  I have already written about what awaits you when you finally get to Skoki Lodge - but first you're going to have to get there. In the winter that means you need to backcountry ski or snowshoe eleven…

Arrival At Skoki Lodge

A Winter Visit to Skoki Lodge in Banff National Park

Skoki Lodge in Banff National Park was our destination one January weekend. You don't drive to Skoki because you can't. Instead you ski or snowshoe the 11 kilometres in, starting at Temple Lodge at the Lake Louise Ski Resort. And in the summer you hike in - that is unless you're Prince William and Kate, in which case you fly in. Getting to Skoki Lodge The trip in to Skoki Lodge begins with a visit…

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