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View of Upper Kananaskis Lake from Mount Sarrail Canada

Very near the summit of Mount Sarrail.
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30 km hike round trip from the parking lot.

You will have to go to the south point of Hidden Lake and from there take the Aster lake trail, which should start by going up through the tree line. once the tree line has been cleared, keep going through the faintly marked path until you are parallel to the climbable part of the mountain. From there you'll have to be creative and climb the mountain at your own risk. ***Make sure to bring any sort of climbing equipment you may have, lots of food, and water.
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Daytime during summer

05:27 21:55
03:16
50°35'36.7287" N 115°11'4.5527" W

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