“You must go on adventures to find out where you truly belong.”Sue Fitzmaurice
What is Scrambling?
Scrambling is considered more advanced hiking; it’s typically when you use your hands while walking up steep terrain, fields of rock, or a scree/talus field.
ps – scree is a collection of loose rock debris covering a slope. Talus is like scree, but it consists of larger rocks that are non-uniform in size.
Scrambling is great fun, but please be advised if you’re new to hiking the following trails are not for you.
Instead, check out my hiking guides.
Scrambling Destinations in The Canadian Rockies
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