The human stories of Canada’s Glacier National Park began long before Albert Rogers completed his famed journey through the extreme wilderness which characterizes the area. These are living stories, which…Read More about the post: Walking in the Footsteps.
Walking in the Footsteps
Imagine hiking through the quiet of an alpine morning. The only sounds are those of the mountains: the creek chasing itself down the center of an expansive valley bounded in…Read More about the post: Being Bear in Canada’s Glacier National Park.
This summer Golden BC will have reached new heights with the addition of the Golden Skybridge to its list of attractive ways to see the beauty that surrounds this small…Read More about the post: Golden New Skybridge. Canada’s Highest Suspension Bridge added to Golden’s Attractions.
Share your adventures with all your family members! Not only are we Dog friendly, but so are many of the Epic Trails in Glacier National Park! Let our HML Team…Read More about the post: We are Dog Friendly!.
This hike has a little bit of everything. Views, history and even the experience of forest bathing. Of all our offerings, it offers the most flexibility and can be adapted…Read More about the post: The Amazing Forests and the History of Rogers Pass and The Red Chairs Hike.
It’s hard to forget that you’re in bear country when hiking Balu Pass. The name (by Dominion Topographic Survey, whose surveyors camped here 2 – 6 August 1902) is derived…Read More about the post: Bear Necessities at Balu Pass.
Like almost all the hikes in Rogers Pass, there’s going to be a lot of uphill, but the pay-off is huge! Hermit Meadows is no exception. Starting steep and challenging…Read More about the post: Spend a Half Day Jaunt at Hermit Meadows.