We hiked the Grizzly Lake trail through to Divide Lake and Talus Lake at the end of July on a 9 day backpack. Grizzly Lake was pretty "busy" (as busy as a camp site with only 10 sites can get - but the cook shelter is very small), but we had the sites at Divide and Talus to ourselves for 4 nights. Almost 100% perfect weather, not many bugs, caribou and dall sheep sightings, lots of marmots, pika and ground squirrels, fortunately no grizzly, although others reported seeing a sow with cubs at a distance. The park is unbelievably beautiful and park wardens (all 3 of them for a park that size is serious understaffing!) very knowledgeable and helpful. One park official at the Info Centre loaned us her own map, as there actually are NO park maps available (only 100 printed this year; we had purchased a map of part of the park in Whitehorse). Definitely a trip for experienced and fit hikers - hiking poles a must.
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