The Great Divide – MARCH SOCIAL

March 22nd 2016


Description:

The Great Divide Trail is a wilderness hiking
trail in the
Canadian
Rockies. The trail follows the Great Divide
between Alberta
and
British Columbia, crossing the divide no fewer
than 30 times. It
begins in Waterton Lakes National Park at the
Canada-US
border
(where it connects with the Continental Divide
Trail) and ends
in
Kakwa Provincial Park north of Jasper National
Park. The
Great
Divide Trail is 1,200 km long and ranges in
elevation from
1,055 m
(3,461 ft) at Old Fort Point trailhead near
Jasper to 2,590 m
(8,497
ft) at an unnamed pass above Michele Lakes just
south of the
White
Goat Wilderness Area.

Come find out more about this amazing trail and
the many
huts
close to the trail, and start planning your
trip!

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