Distance 1.0 km return, height gain 10 m, easy
A short, barrier-free interpretive trail passes through a fragile alpine meadow with wildflowers only during the very short blooming season. The trail ends at two viewing platforms with interpretive signs.
Start: The summit of Highwood Pass. The highest paved highway in Canada at 2203 m.
Difficulty: Easy gravel with intermittent boardwalk at a gentle uphill grade.
Note: This is a good area for larch viewing in the fall.
Please refer to the trail description in the guidebook, especially for unofficial, off-trail hikes.
This trail is not featured in any of our guidebooks
Trailhead: Highwood Pass 50.595956N, -114.985319W
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Last updated May 17, 2018