From fav (based on overall experience) to least.
- •KilimanjaroThe highest point in the African continent. The most gruelling night of my life, with the best sunrise.
- •Inca TrailMy first big hike. 4 days, 40km, 13,780 feet elevation. Stunning.
- •Fisher4 separate ascents.
- •Hourglass/CirqueRemote camp spot. Additional ascents of Kong and the Peak.
- •Table Mtn and Lions HeadShort hikes with unmatched views.
- •3 Sisters.A very long day. But worth it to climb one of the most recognizable mountains in Fernie.
- •Crowsnest MtnAmazing views all the way up. Death alley.
- •Highline TrailGlacier National Park. Unbelievable views for an easy hike.
- •CotopaxiThe worst night I can remember. Altitude sickness after gaining 8,000 feet in a few hours. Freezing, dirty bunks. Didn't summit.
- •Bisarro Cave.Short but beautiful hike.
- •TanglefootUnintentionally winter-camping in summer. I feel bad placing this so close to the end. It was simultaneously one of the best and worst hikes.
- •Piegan Pass14 miles with 500ml of water, beer and no food. Utterly unprepared.
- •CryptA bit of a letdown for such a famous hike.
- •Fish LakeThis is a favourite of so many and I don't get it. At all. Not an exciting hike and the lake doesn't live up to the claims of 'most beautiful place ever.' Although I might just be a snob.