Whether you're up for a gentle walk or a remote, multi-day backcountry trek, the trail options are endless in the Northern Rockies.

While road tripping the Alaska Highway, hikers can lace up their boots and easily find paths to stretch the legs. Follow trails through Stone Mountain provincial park, with options from short 5-km (3-mi) hikes to longer, multi-day 35-km (22-mi) treks—all with breathtaking views of the Northern Rockies. While in Muncho Lake Provincial Park, visitors don't want to miss the 1.5-km (0.9-mi) Trout River Mineral Lick walking loop to see the wildlife licking the minerals. Another must-hike is along the river beds of Baba and Boulder canyons to see ancient rock formations. There are plenty of hiking trails scattered all over the Northern Rockies, from gentle trails in Fort Nelson's community parks and Demonstration Forest, to long wanders along backcountry trails.