Tershishner Falls Winter Hike

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A great family option

This trail is a great option for those looking at getting started with winter hiking.

Tershishner icefall makes for a great introduction to hiking in winter. This relatively short hike up a creek ends in a small icefall at the mouth of Tershishner Canyon. With little elevation gain, easy navigation and low commitment of time, this trail is a superb option for families. If there is lots of fresh snow, this trail can become much more difficult. The snow collects on the creek bed and can be notoriously deep; bring snowshoes just in case!

At a Glance

  • Distance: 3.2 km return
  • Elevation gain: ~85 m
  • Challenge Level: Easy | Family Friendly
  • Trail type: There and back
  • Congestion: Minimal
  • Management: Kiska / Wilson PLUZ
  • Other Trail Uses: None

Trailhead:  Approximately 26km west of Nordegg and 64km east of Banff National Park boundary.

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