Rockies Day Hikes & Snowshoe



Spring, Summer and Fall

Our mountain hikes are rated by level of difficulty. All Level (AL) hikes; up to 4 hours of trail time let you experience the exhilaration of a mountain meadow or fossil-filled badlands without the fear of exhaustion. Or join our Moderate (MOD) hikes take you to lakes, ridge tops and panoramic viewpoints. These 4-6 hour hikes follow well-laid trails as well as some trails with tree roots and rocks. Intermediate (INT) hikes have up to 800 metres elevation gain. Some short hikes have been classified intermediate because of the steep grade of the trail. They follow creek-beds and canyons, grassy ridges and scree-slopes.  Advanced (ADV) hikes will have all that the intermediate hikes have but they cover more ground. Be prepared for up to 1000 metres of elevation and 8-10 hours of hiking over varied terrain.

What to bring on hikes     

Ticks in the Spring       




Throughout the winter Club Fit Frog coordinates snowshoe treks. Snowshoeing is as easy as walking but much more fun! You burn off the winter blahs as you follow a well-laid trail or break your own in the endless powder-fresh snow. Snowshoeing is an activity that is accessible to everyone. It takes no technical ability and with Fit Frog you can pace for pleasure as you pounce through powder or relax and enjoy as you follow the beaten track. You learn how to get up and down hills, to pace for endurance and enjoyment, and how to choose safe trails that suit your fitness level.  You can choose outings that suit your fitness level by checking the level of difficulty listed beside each outing.

Check out the hourly weather and snow depth in the Spray Lakes, Kananaskis
(our snowshoe location most of the time)

Snowshoeing: local information and facts    

Snowshoe rental    

What to bring on snowshoe trips