Bear Creek Falls is among several low-effort, high-reward hikes in or near Glacier National Park in British Columbia, Canada.
Rogers Pass at Glacier National Park and Mount Revelstoke National Park in British Columbia are a four-hour and plus drive on the TransCanada Highway west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
This day is designated for light hiking and acclimatization at Rogers Pass in British Columbia. Featured from the day are a few photos from the Bear Creek Falls (or Bear Falls) hike near Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park plus the Giant Cedars Boardwalk and the Skunk Cabbage Boardwalk in Mount Revelstoke National Park.
Rogers Pass centers the location of Canada’s Glacier National Park. It is an area rich in railroad history and awesome mountain scenery. Both Glacier National Park and Mount Revelstoke National Park contain massive glaciers within a myriad of more challenging trails which allow spectacular views of the ice fields. The area is a recreational and photographic paradise.
The host for the day is friend and hiking partner, Mélanie, who is more familiar with this area. The day of short scenic trails featuring spectacular scenery and lush, unique vegetation is very relaxing and informative. Picnic lunch is enjoyed at the Giant Cedars Boardwalk trail-head where picnic tables are available near the large parking area.
The remainder of the day is spent shopping for provisions in Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada before returning to Rogers Pass.
Photo credits are shared with Mélanie.