This lovely hike traverses the shores of Bow Lake, travels through an interesting gorge and then ascends an outwash plain to the base of stunning Bow Falls tumbling down a rugged cliff.
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Why Hike Bow Glacier Falls
This popular, relatively easy trail leads to the base of an impressive waterfalls cascading down a rugged cliff. Starting at the historic Num-Ti-Jah Lodge, the hike travels along the north shore of scenic Bow Lake. Beyond the lake the path ascends along the inlet stream and then climbs to and traverses the rim of a narrow gorge. The head of the gorge opens to the gravel flats of a glacial outwash plain and the remains of ancient moraines. Here a boot beaten path leads to the base of impressive Bow Glacier Falls emanating from the Bow Glacier.
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Alberta / British Columbia