The Plain of the six glaciers and the surrounding high peaks are a symbol of Canadian wilderness and beauty.
With soaring ridges and glacier views in all directions, explore the rock and ice while discovering the geological process along the way.
Starting from the shores of Lake Louise the group will hike along the main trail reaching the teahouse for a break to take in the historical structure built in 1927 to support climbers and hikers during their high alpine journeys. Beyond the teahouse, the group will leave the main trail and hike to an elevation of approximately 2400m along the climbers trail to high meadows, which meet the Victoria North glacier; from here, the views are tremendous.
There are opportunities to touch ancient glacier ice and to drink from the “fountain of youth” the glacier water, which comes from the source.
This trek is suitable for strong intermediate-expert hikers or scramblers.
Cost per person based on a minimum of four people and maximum of eight people per guide, larger groups can be arranged. Cost is $110.00 per person.