Adventure-seekers are spoiled for choice when it comes to the mountains – especially in the wintertime!

From ski hills to some of the most scenic skating rinks in Canada, Alberta is a playground and the Troll Falls Trail is a novice hiker’s dream.

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Located in Kananaskis, this Alberta stunner has been described as ‘a must-visit in the wintertime’ and is the perfect stop if you’re looking to stretch your legs and get some fresh air this season.

A 3.4 km trek safely travelled with a pair of cleats, Troll Falls typically takes about 90 minutes to complete and can get busy on the weekends, but don’t let that deter you.

“The trail leads to a stunning frozen waterfall that’s a perfect photo op,” Travel Alberta writes – and we second that, though it’s beautiful no matter the time of year!

Want to check it out? If you’re headed there from Canmore, venture east on the Trans-Canada Highway toward Calgary Exit the highway onto Kananaskis Trail.

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Follow it to Stoney Trail and kick things off at the trailhead.

As always, please dress accordingly!

It is cold out there so remember to bring appropriate footwear, wear a few extra layers and watch your step!

It’s truly something else.

Toll Falls, Alberta

Where: See directions here