A unique, horseshoe-shaped ridge walk in the Spray Valley, Tent Ridge includes some fairly technical sections and is not for those with any fear of heights/exposure. It's not an officially-sanctioned Alberta Parks' trail, so is not maintained. But it's popular and well-established. And while it took us three attempts to complete (and we don't plan on doing it again), there is satisfaction in crossing Tent Ridge off our list of "must do" hikes.
We've made reservations to do the guided hike to the Burgess Shales in July. It's a 20 km (return) hike, with more than 800 meters elevation gain, so we definitely need to get in some conditioning hikes before we go. Since the GeoKids had a day off school today and the weather forecast looked pretty …