hikingwithbarry – sensational hikes

LOVE these two posts by Barry . Terrific photos and trip reports.

• Twin Falls in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada

Twin Falls, Yoho

• Fairy Falls and Imperial Geyser – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
• Mount Allan – Centennial Ridge – Wind Valley, Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada
• Perley Rock – Rogers Pass – Canada’s Glacier National Park, British Columbia, Canada
• Asulkan Valley – Rogers Pass – Canada’s Glacier National Park, British Columbia, Canada
• Swiftcurrent Pass – Glacier National Park, Montana
• Grinnell Glacier – Many Glaciers – Glacier National Park, Montana
• Larch Valley and Sentinel Pass – Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
• Eiffel Lakes and Wenkchemna Pass – Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
• Turtle Mountain Summit Traverse – Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, Canada

Ten Sensational Hikes From hikingwithbarry – Volume 1

• Upper Antelope Slot Canyon – Page – Hiking Arizona
• Lower Antelope Slot Canyon – Page – Hiking Arizona
• Rats Nest Cave – Bow Valley Corridor – Hiking Alberta

Rat's Nest Cave

• The Pod – Crowsnest Pass – Hiking Alberta
• Mount Sir Donald – Rogers Pass – Glacier National Park – Hiking British Columbia
• Highline Trail – Garden Wall – Glacier National Park – Hiking Montana
• Grandview Trail – Grand Canyon National Park – Hiking Arizona
• Butch Cassidy Trail – Red Canyon – Hiking Utah
• Mount Burke – Cameron Fire Lookout – South Kananaskis – Hiking Alberta
• Stanley Glacier – Kootenay National Park – Hiking British Columbia

Ten Sensational Hikes from hikingwithbarry – Volume 2

2 Replies to “hikingwithbarry – sensational hikes”

  1. Thank you for your support of my blog. It is much appreciated. I would do more to reciprocate if I knew how. Your blog is an inspiration to me as a technical neophyte. I will do better as I learn more. Recognition from a seasoned veteran like yourself is humbling and greatly appreciated. Again, thank you very much.

    1. Thanks Barry. Just keep doing what you’re doing.

      I’m a fan.

      … Perhaps we’ll get out for a Rockies hike one day. I’m certainly hiking Waterton August or September.

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