Hiking in Kootenay National Park - Canada

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Kootenay National Park is situated around the highway 93 southbound and borders Yoho National Park and Banff National Park. Kootenay National Park is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. The park has several hiking possibilities and nice resting areas to enjoy the beautiful scenery. During our trip through Canada we drive from Canmore to Radium. We take the 93 south and drive thus directly into Kootenay National Park.

Kootenay National Park was established in 1920 and has since grown to an area over 1,400 km2. Along the highway 93 there are a number of attractions that are worth of visiting. With are Stanley Glacier, Paint Pots, Marble Canyon, Dog Lake, Radium Hot spring and Numa Falls. A map is available at the information center, as well as information about the conditions of the trails and bear activity.

We have hiked in Kootenay National Park to Stanley Glacier and Dog Lake.

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