It’s easy to get to the very top of a Rocky Mountain peak.
Click PLAY or watch a short video on YouTube.
655 metres elevation gain on switchback trails — easy in the summer, but potential slippery and dangerous with snow and ice.
Once you reach the Sulphur Mountain Gondola top station, the best is yet to come. A network of trails along the ridge, and viewing decks at the gondola station, provide stunning views of Banff, the Bow Valley, and 360-degree views in every direction.
The highest point is the historic Cosmic Ray Station.
On return to the bottom, consider the short walk over to Banff Upper Hot Springs. Let’s call it recovery.
Click PLAY or see the Gondola and the Above Banff interpretive centre on YouTube.
related – Banff Blog – How to Hike Sulphur Mountain (Alternative to Banff Gondola)