One of the things we like about Boulton Creek is the ability to bike and hike right from the campsite
so we don't have to drive anywhere to explore. Here's a cool mushroom we found near the A loop.
Henry riding down a hill on his bike
Hiking to Rawson Lake
Camping with only Henry meant we could be pretty nimble in the morning with packing. We decided
to hike up to Rawson Lake to go fishing, and we were able to be there pretty early. Here's Henry
checking out the Upper Kananaskis Lake from the Upper Lakes trailhead.
Henry hiked with his fishing rod in his hand the whole way up.
Henry liked the new composite bridge along the lakeside trail.
He also liked the nurse logs and the animal homes inside trees on the way up the trail.
This trail covers ~300m elevation gain and is about 4km from the car. Henry did really well
and managed to keep the whining to a manageable level.
Henry liked the boardwalks on the trail near the lake.
Henry and I took a bike ride up to Troll Falls to explore. Since it's barely 2km, it was a quick
10 minute bike ride to the first falls and then we walked around the area.
Henry liked the trolls that were dotted all around the water falls area.
Henry and the first falls of Troll Falls.
Kudos to AB Parks for cleaning up the lower trailhead, making it VERY obvious where to avoid,
along with the new signs and trail to guide people to the upper falls. This is a super neat
falls area with the ability to hike behind it.