Hiking to a Stunning Alpine Lake - Chester Lake Trail, Kananaskis

- Water bottle or two! - Hiking poles to protect your knees. - Bear spray since you're in bear country. - Snack to enjoy throughout the hike.

The Basics: What to Bring

Chester Lake Trail is located in the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Alberta. The hike is located just past the Spray Lakes Resevoir along the 742. There is a parking lot right at the trailhead.

Where is the trail located?

Distance: 9.3 km return / 5.8 miles return Elevation: 433 m / 1420 ft. elevation gain Type: In-and-out back Length: 2-3 hours return Difficulty: Easy to moderate Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Park Pass: Kananaskis Conversation Pass Annual Trail Closure: May 1 - June 29 (due to wildlife conservation) More information: Check out AllTrails

Trail information:

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