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Calgary, AB

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February 5, 2013

Share a mountain experience

My trip to Pickle Jar Lakes was a great experience because I saw young bear on the way and I also had a great and challenging time hiking the trail. It had a high elevation and some difficult ridges which require the physical and mental stamina to get through. The name of pickle jars is interesting because they don't look like pickles. The name refers to fishermen picking fish out of the lake the way one would pick pickles out of jar.


Hi, my name is David and I interested in hiking and snowshoeing. I have done some hiking before, but not any snowshoeing but I am looking forward to doing it. See you on the trail!!!!

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