Last weekend I hiked to Rummel Lake and Chester Lake. Both of the hikes are within a 5 minutes drive of one another in the beautiful Kananaskis Provincial Park.
The hike to Rummel Lake is about 11km return. The trail is a moderate climb up 441 metres through a subalpine forest, before you emerge at the beautiful lake. Even in early July the lake was still partially frozen, as its surrounded by mountains all around. I loved the beautiful reflection that the nearly still water of the lake provided. It took me about 2 hours to complete the hike.
The hike to Chester Lake is about 10km return. The trail is a moderate climb up 424 metres through a subalpine forest, before you emerge in a clearing where there is an absolutely stunning lake. The lake was also still partially frozen, as its also surrounded by mountains all around. It also took me about 2 hours to complete the hike.
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