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Cameron Falls Trail is located within Hidden Lake Territorial Park, on the Ingraham Trail. It is approximately 47 km east of Yellowknife. There is a small parking lot with pit toilet facilities, at the start of a 20 minute hike along a well marked...more
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Cameron River Crossing Territorial Park 4 | Ingraham Trail, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada
All reviews great hike easy hike beautiful scenery short hike ups and downs hiking shoes worth the trip canadian shield running shoes lovely walk nice waterfall picnic lunch wear good shoes boreal forest great place to visit rocks winter
A short drive from Yellowknife to a basic non descript parking lot is the start of the walk to Cameron River Falls. The trail is in excellent condition and the view of the falls at the end of the walk is worth the effort.
As others have mentioned...the trail to see Cameron Falls was fairly easy and beautiful. Having said that going at the end of October there was already some snow and ice patches that you really need to be careful of. Definitely at this time of year...More
This trek has everything from high rocks to wooden bridges. Beautiful magistic walk through the woods and into the falls itself is so beautiful. A bridge that takes you to the other side for another look at the falls up close and personal.
Very good walking tour, after the bus drop off, you need to walk for 35-40 minutes , moderated walked Ng , not very suitable for older person. The scenery is very good , along the path way is beautiful .
We went on Sep 1, heavy rainy when arrived the carpark. Our driver Den of North Star Adventures, was very caring & smart, advised us to stay in bus, then drove us to further east for a brief look of Tibbet Lake. After 40 minutes,...More
Our nephew took us out here for an afternoon hike.
We had a bit of a picnic when we arrived but there were no tables. There were washrooms, garbages and blue boxes.
The hike was great. It was a good workout. We met about 5...More
the walk is easy, and nice at the same time you learn about the ecosystem, the view, as well as the rocks that increasingly become the feature of the hike. they built stairs, to help us out. in the end we saw the beautiful falls....More
Response from travelinteacher1282 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Ela. I think in summer it's only supposed to take 20-30 minutes each way. I'd estimate it's 3/4 of a mile to a mile tops each way. We hiked it in the middle of winter so the snow made it a bit trickier. Probably took... More
Hi Ela. I think in summer it's only supposed to take 20-30 minutes each way. I'd estimate it's 3/4 of a mile to a mile tops each way. We hiked it in the middle of winter so the snow made it a bit trickier. Probably took us closer to 40 minutes each way with the snow. There were a few spots with the snow that were slick and up/down hills where had to grab onto a tree or branch to keep balance. The trail is pretty clearly marked even with the snow for the most part. There's signs with a hiker figure on them sticking out above the snow. I did slip once or twice on a rock under the snow but landed on my knees. If in decent shape I'd say older people could do for sure in the summer (though I myself haven't hiked it in the summer, but assume it would be easier) and most likely in the winter. Maybe just make sure have sturdy boots and allow a little extra time so not rushed. Hope that helps :)