This is probably the most famous hike in Canadian Rockies, located at the back side of Lake Louise. This also offers a good introduction to the alpine glaciated terrain. Staying at valley floor means, you can have different perspectives of the surrounding giants as viewing from one of the summits nearby. At the end of Plain of Six Glaciers Trail, I scrambled up a bit to a little waterfall, to soak in the views towards The Death Trap & Abbot Pass, Mt. Victoria, Mt. Lefroy, and Mt. Fairview. Then we continued towards a small summit called Big Beehive. We got great view down towards Lake Louise and Lake Agnes from the Beehive. I strongly recommend everyone to do this hike as the introductory of Canadian Rockies.
Distance: 17km Elevation Gain: ~800m Round Trip Time: 6 hours