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Valley of the Ten Peaks

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Nearest town or city: Lake Louise
Directions: Generally the approach into the Valley of the Ten Peaks is via the Lakeside Trail on Morraine Lake up through the Perrin Route (perhaps 5.6 climbing, protected by a large chain). The glacier can be traversed to the Neil Colgan Hut (the highest habitable structure in Canada) or the routes on Fay can be started from the Perrin route directly. Alternately, ascend the Sheisser Ledges on the West side of Bowlen. See "Selected Alpine Climbs" for details. Most parties will bag a number of the Ten Peaks in a day, as all but Fay and Deltaform are scrambles. The rock in the area is typically of poor quality and should be treated as suspect.
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