We spent two days hiking here and it was the most incredible hiking experience we have ever had. We checked in at the visitor center before our hike to get our camping permit. The lady there was very nice and helpful, and the building is really nice. We did the Grizzly Lake trail which was just amazing. The scenery is out of this world, the terrain always changing, and you feel as though you're the only person in the world when you're sitting on the backside of a huge mountains baking in the sun....completely peacful and surreal :) We found the hike challenging. Its just under 12km each way, and you reach about 2600 feet elevation. About 2km into the hike the incline starts and doesnt end for another 2 km. Also a lot of the trail is walking over loose rocks or huge boulders so it was a challenge. The destination was worth it all though. Just make sure you are prepared. It gets pretty cold at night, also right before you get to the tent pads you have to cross a river and if the water is high you cant avoid getting wet so bring extra dry clothes. We saw marmot, pikka, ground squirrels, eagles and a mama black bear with her cub all along the way. Good idea to make lots of noise while you're hiking to warn bears that you're coming. I also really like the effort being put in to conservation here....I hope they keep that up and that people respect the area because it is a paradise :)
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