Although the clouds skewed the big views we were hoping for in Glacier National Park Canada, the Asulkan Valley Trail ended up being one of my favorite hikes I’ve done. You don’t hear about Canadian Glacier like you do US Glacier, so it’s less crowded, which is a nice change. Since it’s still located in British Columbia, the foliage is temperate rainforest, which makes it stunning. The Asulkan Valley Trail is a moderate 8.5 mile roundtrip hike that can be turned into an overnight backpacking adventure by renting the Asulkan Cabin at the top. The trail is pretty easy until after the 2ish mile mark when you start a steep descent up a ridge for the rest of the way. It’s a good workout, but very manageable. Dogs also are allowed, but must be kept on leash. The trail itself passes through miles of lush valley and waterfalls. At one point, we were surrounded by waterfalls cascading through rainforest on all sides. It ends in a valley surrounded by peaks and glaciers. All around one of the most beautiful hikes I’ve done, despite the big views most people go to see being skewed by clouds.