emperor falls trail

Doris and Cody opted to hike to the Robson Glacier Toe when Rachel and I went further up the Toboggan Fall Route, you can read more about their experience on Doris’s post about our Berg Lake Trip. Mount Robson towers over the river and you are surrounded by the forest while still getting an amazing view. Day 2 – Berg Lake Trailhead to Emperor Falls Campground. As much as I would have loved to get some starry night photos of Mount Robson, I was okay with getting extra sleep instead. Permits for the next season become available on October 1st. You will first pass through a beautiful old-growth cedar forest. Whether you visit in spring or winter, you’re certain to be greeted with astonishing views. From there we carried on the trail until we approached the junction to turn off the main trail to check out the most anticipated waterfall: Emperor Falls. ), so after quickly setting up our tents and eating we all passed out. The trail climbs, and Climbs, and CLIMBS, as Robson River cascades down White Falls, Falls of the Pool, Emperor Falls, and more falls. ! We started our hike with some rain and a forecast of thunderstorms later in the day—true Rocky Mountain weather. Trailhead to the Emperor Falls Campground. Lupe after a successful crossing of the swinging bridge beyond Kinney Lake. The Emperor Falls campground sits right on the river before the falls. In fact, I brought my friend Rachel who hasn’t done much backpacking (she has done a lot of hiking) and she had no complaints about the trail. I tend to overshare super quickly with anyone I backpack with, so if that’s been you, please accept my apology for everything I have told you about my bathroom schedule. Kinney Lake, Whitehorn, and Berg Lake also have shelters and composting toilets (less stink and mess than pit toilets). Emperor Falls campground There are lovely views from some of the sites and it’s an easy walk up to Berg Lake from there, so we dropped our packs, set up our tent, stashed our food and scooted up the trail to the lake with the hopes of getting at least … Even though it was our most difficult day, it wasn’t that bad. Be sure to stop by the visitor center for up-to-date details. It was a hell of a trek (~40 miles in 3 days) but it was well worth it. Overall I would say the Berg Lake trail is an easy hike with moderate sections. My husband and I have done it twice just the two of us. The hike starts and ends easy with a steep but moderate increase in the middle, so it's possible to do it in one day! Spoiler alert—it was. Enjoy spectacular views and a diverse trail that is constantly changing. You can stay there and enjoy the sounds of the roaring river behind you that falls straight over the falls below. Please explore responsibly! We woke up a little earlier so we could get off trail sooner, and coincidentally back to the food at the café by the Mount Robson Visitor Center sooner. If that isn’t possible, I would also book Marmot, Rearguard, or Robson Pass instead of the campsites earlier on the trail. There are more tent pads further back into the woods, but they looked smaller and we needed to fit two tents on one pad. To Emperor Falls is about 16km. I would take turns going down to Emperor Falls because that way you can take off your packs for the quick hike down to the falls. My favorites are the bridges you cross and landscapes on the way, full of wildlife, and be prepared to run into some :). The trail getting to the Conrad Kain Hut isn’t for the faint of heart. Emperor Falls – the most impressive and powerful of the falls on the trail, it looks intimidating even from high above! This is why I wish we had more nights at Berg Lake, there is so much to explore and one day was nowhere near enough time to do it! The trail is only about a half a mile, but it ends at the most breathtaking scenic overlook. Hike to Snowbird Pass, Mount Robson Provincial Park. A lot of time was spent reading in our tents on this night. The trail is in Grizzly Bear territory. If you haven’t heard of Berg Lake, you have most likely seen photos of the iconic scene. Unbeknownst to Doris, she accidentally made our first day on the trail our most difficult day. We also hiked up to snowbird pass on the back side of Mount Robson which afforded us amazing views of the Robson Glacier. The first night we stayed at the Emperor Falls Campground and the second at Berg Lake Campground, hiking all the way out on the third day. Emperor Falls. We looked at the distance between each campground and picked three based on that. The moment I saw a photo of this location, I knew I had to see it with my own eyes. In prior years, the Toboggan Falls Trail connected with the Mumm Basin Route, but there was recently a massive landslide that has taken out a portion of the Mumm basin Trail on the Toboggan Falls side. This trail takes hikers to some of the best scenery in the province. From the parking lot to Berg Lake is 21 km, with 790m of elevation gain. This day flew past and we were all excited to be off trail and, on our way back home. Once you reach the top of the seemingly neverending switchbacks, the trail keeps going, with a detour to Emperor Falls. Because of this, I expected permits to be extremely difficult to get—a la Washington’s Enchantments lottery (anyone else been putting their name in that for years only to come out empty handed?) We climbed up switchbacks the majority of the time and saw numerous waterfalls on our right-hand side as we took a few rest stops. Permits are required to camp at any of the campsites along the Berg Lake Trail (I’ve written more on the permitting process in the next section of this blog post). The trailhead to the Emperor Falls campground is 9.9 miles and 2634 feet of gain. Shortly after Emperor Falls camp, the trail curves away from the river and traverses a rock slide. Whitehorn tentpads are unfortunately right next to the trail, and right next to each other. Mount Robson Provincial Park is vast and surrounded by the Canadian Rockies with an area of 2,249 km². My group hiked as far up as the trail closure on the Toboggan Falls side. Going with this heli-hiking route allows you to experience this iconic trail ... Once you get to the pull out and head down the trail it is a 500m downhill walk to the lookout point of Overlander Falls. Unbeknownst to Doris, she accidentally made our first day on the trail our most difficult day. We did this awesome hike in one day. You will cross the Whitehorn suspension bridge as well as many other rad bridges on the way. Once you go past the Emperor Falls campground the trail flattens out again. The Valley of a Thousand Falls in the Autumn is especially beautiful with the changing colors. It has over 2,400′ of elevation gain in 3-miles. After the rock slide the trail goes down to another river flats section. ... To get to the falls, you hike along the Berg Lake trail for approximately 15 km, during which time you will gain about 2500 feet of elevation. Video segment hiking the Berg Lake trail past Emperor Falls, in Mount Robson Provincial Park. It was extremely busy, and I am honestly unsure how I managed to get permits both times. When booking your own Berg Lake trip, I would recommend three or more nights at Berg Lake so you can explore as much of the surrounding area as possible. Robson looming above the falls, but be prepared to get wet. © 2020 The Outbound Collective - Terms of Use - Privacy Policy. I really wanted to complete this hike since it has epic views of the lake from above, but once we hiked back down, the clouds had come in and covered Mount Robson. Thankfully, my friend Doris was also game, and she ended up getting the permits for us while I enjoyed a bout of food poisoning while backpacking in the high Sierras. This is the more difficult hike from the Berg Lake area, and it’s recommended you devote a day to do it. This was a mistake. If you stay at Whitehorn, make sure to relax by the river! I would highly recommend this trip to anyone willing and capable to put forth the effort. So, if you hope to go Summer of 2020, you can book your permits beginning October 1st, 2019. If you backpack often, you should have no issue reaching the Berg Lake Campground in a day, and it is BY FAR the best campground. A few of the shelters have wood stoves, but they have signs that explicitly state they are for emergencies only (aka if someone develops hypothermia). From the junction of Highways 5 and 16 in Tete Jaune Cache, follow the Yellowhead Highway (16) east for 16.3 kilometers to Mount Robson Meadows and turn left onto Kinney Lake Road, then follow it to the trailhead at its end in another 2 kilometers. The trail started rising steeply once Lupe got to the area of the three main waterfalls a few km above Kinney Lake. Trailhead to Emperor Falls Campground: 9.9 miles hiked, 2634 ft gained We hit the trail around 9 AM, this was going to be our longest and toughest day, mileage wise. Emperor Falls. After a short climb up from the Berg Lake you are at the falls with an amazing view of Berg Lake and Mount Robson. We got an amazing view from higher up on the Toboggan Falls trail. After watching the video, we were given our laminated permits, one for each tent, even though we opted to put both tents on one tent pad. Kinney Lake is stunning in its raw green color and great to take a dip in. Valley of a Thousand Falls … I wouldn’t have minded any of this if we hadn’t arrived in a torrential downpour! From here on, with the climbing accomplished, the trail is outstandingly scenic all the way to the lake. The walk takes about 1 Hr (1.1 km Return), and heads though the delightful Blue Mountains National Park. You only go about 50m higher to Berg Lake, so the section to Emperor Falls is the major elevation gain. This park is very different from a lot of the other hikes in the Rockies not only because of its divergent landmarks, but also because it's very moist and full of the flora and fauna and covered in moss. Emperor Falls Camp (16km from trailhead): Third Camp on the Berg Lake Trail We went to grab dinner at a nearby lodge then went to bed early to get ready for our hike the next morning. Recommend it if you want it be able to enjoy everything this trail has to offer, which is a lot! Since we drove from Seattle, we spent a night at the Robson Meadow Campground across the highway from the visitor center. We didn’t have enough time to complete it, but I definitely want to explore it next time. You will need to bring a camp stove in order to cook your food. Trailside it was. 5 days, 85 km hiked and 2525 m gained. Even though it was our most difficult day, it wasn’t that bad. The most challenging part is the Emperor Hill which is between Whitehorn campground and Emperor Falls campground. After Emperor Falls, there are three campgrounds within easy walking distance. Weather didn't fully cooperate but was a stellar experience nonetheless. This is the steepest section of the trail, but it will be so worth it when you get to the top! Emperor Falls is located along the Berg Lake trail in Mount Robson Provincial Park. I may have been sad to leave Berg Lake the day before, but I wasn’t sad to have over half of the hike behind me on our final day. It is a traditional car camping campground with toilets, showers, and picnic tables at every site. I have gone to popular British Columbia locations on BC day twice now without realizing. There are a ton of day hikes to do in the area and we all chatted about where we wanted to explore. Berg Lake Campground is only three miles of hiking with 84 feet of elevation gain from the Emperor Falls Campground. Rachel and I quickly set up our tent on top of the smallest mud puddle we could find and immediately got inside to wait out the rain. The hike to Whitehorn didn’t take Rachel and I long, and we found a large tent pad close to the trail. It’s an infamous photo and seeing it so many times on Instagram I started to wonder if it could actually be that beautiful in real life. Backpacking the Berg Lake Trail. This section took us about 2 hours and was very slow going. There are not many hikes I'd opt to do again start to finish, and this is definitely one of them. Reef Icefield at Snowbird Pass. Once again to Kinney Lake with some day-hiking with my step-kids, and again on their annual marathon (highly recommended if you love a good long mountain trail run). When we arrived at the visitor center, they sent us downstairs to watch a 13-minute video that looked like it was made in the late 80’s or early 90’s, but it still had important information about the trail and how to stay safe. Falls Of The Pool – a powerful waterfall with a vertical drop of 43 metres (141 feet), with the water landing in a pool like area before cascading over another set of falls into the canyon. Most of the gain is between Whitehorn and Emperor Falls. Doris and Cody arrived a couple of hours later and did the same. You can read more information about all of the campgrounds (including the distance between them and elevation) here. The only thing that helped is Doris and Cody weren’t able to make their breakfast burritos the day prior due to the rain, so they made enough for Rachel and I as well. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your Berg Lake is situated 3 km northeast of Emperor Falls … This was a perfect way to spread out the hike as a group with different comfort levels and left plenty of time to stop at viewpoints and explore the Berg lake area including Toboggan Falls and the Mum Basin Cave. When to go: July-September for the best weather, but if you are an experienced backpacker you can extend this season with the right gear. Emperor Falls. The Berg Lake Trail is high on the list of most backpackers and is permitted to avoid overcrowding and overuse. Because of this I opted to hike as quickly as possible to our campground and barely stopped for photos. I volunteered some of my extra gouda cheese and hot sauce. If you want to experience the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies you've gotta check out Mount Robson. I don’t think I have ever had a better on-trail breakfast. I came across the giant wooden platform and immediately placed my trekking poles on it to claim it while running to grab Rachel so we could claim it for real. Which means you can stop and recharge for the night before you continue walking. One of the riverside campsites at the Emperor Falls Campground. Our hike to Whitehorn wasn’t long, and all downhill, so we wanted to start the hike later and avoid sitting around the Whitehorn Shelter for too long later that evening. The sky cleared for a little, so we got out to take photos, filter water, and eat before the next storm came through. We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Since Doris and I were in a rush to get permits, we didn’t do much research into the campgrounds along the trail and the differences between them. A young couple thought they would be able to get a walk-on reservation. Mount Robson towers over Berg Lake and the Berg Glacier tumbles down the side of the mountain to meet with the turquoise waters of the lake. Unsurprisingly, summer weekends fill up quickly, especially holiday weekends. Above the Emperor Falls trail junction, a final brutally steep section of trail brings you to the Emperor Falls campground and the upper valley which contains Berg Lake. Our group varied in fitness levels and we did the return hike to Berg Lake over the course of three days. Our first year we saw what happens when you don’t book ahead. The Outbound works best with JavaScript enabled. My brother and I spent 2 nights camped at the Robson Pass campground (the last along the berg lake trail). Also, if you plan on staying overnight, dogs are not advised :(. Want to go for a walk? It was extremely difficult to pack up camp and hike out of the Berg Lake Campground knowing how much we could explore there. Further, there’s over 217,000 hectares of mostly undisturbed wilderness available. At some point in the hike you have to go check out Emperor Falls, it is seriously the most impressive waterfall I’ve seen in Canada. The parks employee at the trail registration desk told them no – with it being the long weekend and blue skies in the forecast – there was no chance and she sent them elsewhere. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/canada/british-columbia/berg-lake-trail Nestled amongst the Canadian Rocky Mountains, this trail is an out-and-back hike that hugs the base of the highest peak, Mount Robson. When you hike into the Berg Lake Campground almost all of the campsites are on the forested side with no views of the wake—with one exception. Emperor Falls Campsite. The trail builders did an amazing job across the rock slide: The path is remarkably smooth and they have built some great retaining walls. The detour is … View from the Mount Robson Visitor Center. While you’re in the area, venture to Original Trail at Natural Bridge State Resort Park. And there above the lake, you'll see Mount Robson :). Emperor Falls to Marmot (3km moderate to easy) You can take a well-deserved rest at the plateau near the top of the climb. Being on trail with people creates amazing bonds. Like I said earlier, there isn’t much exploring to do from the campgrounds earlier on the trail, if you can avoid staying at them, do it. The tent pads on the Berg Lake Trail are much like a hotel, you are required to check out at 11am. Emperor Falls is waiting for you as a reward. It also most likely saves the rangers a lot of time explaining all of this to every party that comes in to pick up their permits. Oh, and if you have an extra day, check out Toboggan Falls and the cave. I have nothing but excellent things to say about this park and will definitely be returning! You’ll find this trail at Red River Gorge in Slade, Kentucky. Beyond Kinney Lake, the trail enters the Valley of a Thousand Falls. It has everything: suspension bridges, waterfalls, marmots, glaciers. When Rachel and I arrived, we dropped our packs at one of the forested sites and I wandered off to explore. The Berg Lake Trail is a world-renowned backcountry hiking trail. Berg Lake is accessible from the Berg Lake Trailhead just off of Canada Highway 16. Danielle Gervais. The main drawback to this was hearing people walking past our tent late into the evening and early in the morning. Distance: 13 miles (or 21 km) one way to Berg Lake, Cost: $10 per person per night. Doris and Cody arrived about an hour after we did and we all spread our wet gear out to dry in the sun. Keep in mind that Canada has different holidays than the United States. The trail goes above and alongside the Robson Glacier, where we stopped to have lunch before climbing further to the pass. Mount Robson Provincial Park is a highly sought after campground. Mount Robson is known for its terrible weather, but we had several days of sunshine and no wind. We're committed to building a better, more inclusive home for the modern outdoors. Berg Lake Valley (9.2 miles - 13.8 miles, flat) At mile 9.2, Berg Lake Trail emerges from the forest to go along a large meadow to the right, that is … I was away on my Thousand Island Lake backpacking trip when permits opened up for the season. Unfortunately, this campground doesn’t have a shelter and only one of the tent pads is a wooden platform. I can't say enough; go see for yourself! Campsites at that campground can be reserved at the same website you get your Berg Lake permits. If you love adventure and camping this is the hike for you! When we woke up it was still raining, so everyone opted to skip breakfast and pack up. It is best to be prepared with bear spray and make sure all scented items and food from your pack are stored in the storage lockers at your campsite. Berg Lake was one for the books, and I can’t wait to get back out there! This is a beautiful hike on a very well-maintained trail. It’s not ideal if you are driving from far away, but keep in mind you won’t be too far off from Jasper National Park or Banff National Park and can opt to go explore around there if you don’t get lucky in your quest for Berg Lake Trail permits. We arrived at Mount Robson Provincial Park around 5pm the day before we started our hike, so we elected to stop at the visitor center that night so we could get an earlier start on the trail in the morning. After another 3 km you will find yourself at the shore of Berg Lake and will get the first glimpse of the beautiful reflection of the north east facing side of Mount Robson and its glaciers. No fires. adventures and follow local regulations. Although we were in a safe area and not exposed, I couldn’t help but be a little spooked by how close the lightning was to us. After we finished exploring, we ate dinner, and I went out to the lake to try and take some long exposures at sunset. … Hargreaves Lake can be completed as a loop from Marmot campground up to the lake, and down the Toboggan Falls Trail to the Berg Lake Campground. Emperor Falls is the largest and best known waterfall on the Robson River in Mount Robson Provincial Park. Mumm Basin used to be a loop hike starting at Toboggan Falls and ending at the Robson Pass Campground/Main Berg Lake Trail, but due to a massive landslide you are currently only able to reach it from The Robson Pass campground side. 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