Coliseum Mountain Guided Hike

Coliseum Mountain Guided Hike

This is a guided hike with Coaching with Lucinda, 15.1 km round trip with 815M of elevation gain. This is a challenging Intermediate hike that leads to some exhilarating views. Following some dense treed mountain side you follow switch backs for the bulk of the trail and your elevation gain. As you come out to a rock outcropping you follow this to the Coliseum area. Only upon looking back as you reach the peak can you see the Coliseum in all its glory. Sweeping views and a true summit.

The view from the top is the north horizon above historic Nordegg at the east border of Bighorn Backcountry, Alberta, Canada.

You must be in good physical condition for this hike- it is physically challenging and we will be walking up hill. It is a challenging and rewarding intermediate hike

Included:An experienced guide.A detailed supply list, information about the trail and history of the area.Your guide will also bring bear safety information, bear spray and first aid kit.

Your hiking guide’s priority is having a safe, fun and informative tour that connects you more to where you are visiting. A full gear list will be supplied to all hikers 7-10 days prior to the event. Please be sure to provide a email address and correct phone number so I can stay in touch. All details with items to pack, a map to the trail head and more will be provided in an email 7-10 days before the hike.

Refund Policy: Refunds or exchanges for hikes will only be issued if requested up to 14 days prior to the purchased hike date. Refunds or exchanges will not be issued if requested after this timeframe.

Emergency Policy: It is our policy to have emergency and medical information on each hiker that is logged with a check in person . Each hiker must ensure that all their medical information and emergency contact information is correct and up to date for each hike.

General Information For All Events: You will be with a certified guide. All parks regulations will be followed including leave no trace principals. Trails are subject to change, if closed. Your guide has done the trail before and knows the way



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