N. Molar Pass/Fish Lakes/Pipestone Pass/Devon Lakes

A four day trek in the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park. I haven’t been on a trek more rewarding than this one – and I’ve done a few. If you like walking for days above the tree-line on a trail with good tread , with big views constantly meeting you, and feeling and appreciating the vast expanse that surrounds you – if you like that sort of thing – then this is the trip for you.

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4 responses to “N. Molar Pass/Fish Lakes/Pipestone Pass/Devon Lakes

  1. Hi Bruce,
    I’m currently maintaining a blog re: the Canadian Rockies Mountain Parks. I was thinking of writing a piece on how the world has changed since we first published the Canadian Rockies Trail Guide and how hikers can visually preview nearly every trail in our book online. In the process I came across your site, which I consider one of the best I’ve seen for presenting trails with exceptional photography, as opposed the the usual random snapshot every km or two. I would love to link to your N. Molar Pass—Devon Lakes piece and post one of your photos (lo res) to illustrate same. (Like you, I consider this trip the best alpine trek in Banff NP) Looking forward to your comments on this proposal, if you aren’t out doing something useful like more backpacking and photography.
    Brian

    • Hi Brian,
      Thanks for the kind words about the pictures on my blog. By all means link to the piece about N. Molar Pass. I’m not that tech-savy about links or using other peoples photos online. Let me know if you need me to send you a jpeg or something else. I’ve checked out your blog and find it informative and will find it useful when looking for new places to go or just for researching.
      Kind regards,
      Bruce

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