A new season means a new wardrobe, new weather, and new adventures to be had. While fall can be a great time to sit inside and chill, it's also the perfect time to get out and explore. In order to make sure you make the most of this colourful season, we came up with a list of amazing hikes around Alberta that you need to add to your bucket list.\nGet out your warm clothes and hiking boots. It's time to start planning your ideal fall.\nEditor's Choice: The Calgary Zoo Is Transforming Into A Giant Adults-Only Escape Room In September\nHiking in the province is amazing and we're incredibly lucky that we get to do it any time of year.\nBut arguably the best time to go is during the fall.\nWhen the weather cools down and the leaves begin to change, it gives the scenery around Alberta an entirely new vibe.\nWhile there are literally dozens of hikes to do around the province, we came up with a list of nine that we think are the best to do during fall.\nFrom waterfalls and caves to mountain peaks and wildlife, these nine spots have it all.\nSome are rated difficult so be sure to know what you're getting into before you head out.\nCoulee Viewpoint Trail \nDifficulty: Moderate \nLength: 1 km\nAddress: County of Newell, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: This brief trail will make you feel like you’re in Jurassic Park. The canyons are stunning and it’s like Canada’s version of the Grand Canyon. You may even be able to find a fossil if you look hard enough. \n View this post on Instagram Latergram - #Badlands road trip! #hoodoos #couleeviewpoint #explorealberta A post shared by Elle Lim (@mahrielle) on Jun 26, 2016 at 7:28pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nAylmer Lookout\nDifficulty: Hard\nLength: 23.3 km\nAddress: Banff, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: Fair warning, this will be a difficult hike but the views are worth it. When you get up to the top, you will be treated to a gorgeous turquoise lake. Right in the middle of it is possibly one of the biggest mountains ever. Stop, breathe, and take it all in.\nView this post on Instagram Top left elephant riding Pumba cloud A post shared by Ariane (@arianelismer) on Jun 21, 2020 at 5:46pm PDT\nWebsite\nThe Valley Of The Ten Peaks\nDifficulty: Moderate\nLength: 10 km\nAddress: Banff, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: At one point in time, this view was printed on the back of the $20 bill. Photos of this spot don’t do it justice and it’s something you need to see with your own eyes. And yes, you’ll see 10 mountain peaks.\nView this post on Instagram The stunning view of Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks #canada #lakelouise #alberta #naturescenery #naturephotography #riverwalk #lakelouisealberta #lakelouisecanada #banffnationalpark #travel #holiday #nature #natureshot #naturesbeauty #naturescene #naturescape #hiking #hikingadventures #stunningshot #viewfromthetop #morainelake #lakes #mountains #thevalleyofthetenpeaks A post shared by Chelsea Bugden (@chelseabugden) on Aug 30, 2018 at 9:42pm PDT\nWebsite\nMaligne Canyon\nDifficulty: Moderate\nLength: 3.4 km\nAddress: Jasper, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: This hike has it all including lush forests, suspension bridges, rushing water, and staggering canyons. Just be sure to stay on the trail. Don’t worry, the path will give you optimal views of everything.\nView this post on Instagram it’s been #arocky2020 but turns out there are rainbows around every corner 🌈✨ ⟡ so excited for the adventures august has in store eeeee!!!! ☺️ A post shared by Kellie Paxian 💃🏼 (@kelliepaxian) on Aug 7, 2020 at 12:05pm PDT\nWebsite\nCory Pass\nDifficulty: Hard\nLength: 13 km\nAddress: Banff, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: Calling all advanced hikers. This hike will have you living out your rocky mountain dream and it’s so worth the intense cardio workout. There’s also a good chance you’ll see wildlife on this trail so be sure to clean up after yourself and keep an eye out.\nView this post on Instagram Today I hiked what was probably the hardest yet best trail I've ever done: Cory Pass in Banff National Park. I feel like photos can sometimes make a place seem even better than it actually is, or at least accurately represent a place. But not this place. No words I write, or photos I took will come close to accurately describing how it felt to sit on this rock and look at these giant valleys carved by glaciers. We hiked over 8 miles, 7 hours, and 3,000 feet of elevation to get here. It was so hard, but so worth it. I wish I could better tell you what this view felt like, but I can't. I've never really felt this way about a place before, so I guess you'll just have to visit Banff someday to see for yourself. _____ First photo of me by @juraj.repcik Second photo of my brother Shoutout to these 2 for carrying my food/water and providing moral support. A post shared by Abby Shepard (@abbyventure) on Aug 12, 2019 at 9:04pm PDT\nWebsite\nSunwapta Falls\nDifficulty: Easy\nLength: 1.3 km\nAddress: Jasper, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: Located along the Icefields Parkway, the drive alone to get there is worth every minute. Taking you to a massive waterfall, this moderate hike isn't an all-day adventure unless you want it to be.\nView this post on Instagram Roam far & wander wide #escapeandwonder A post shared by David Ahrens | Outdoor&Travel (@_davidahrens) on Oct 13, 2019 at 9:50am PDT\nWebsite\nPlain of Six Glaciers\nDifficulty: Moderate\nLength: 14.6 km\nAddress: Lake Louise, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: While this hike is rated moderate, it can be difficult for some. The Lake Louise path will take you to the heart of the Mount Lefroy and Victoria Glacier area so be prepared for otherworldly views.\nView this post on Instagram Exploring god's canvas with my loves 🎨🏔✨💚 #RockyMountains #ExploreAlberta A post shared by Mannat Kahlon Gill (@mannatkahlon) on Jun 23, 2020 at 11:32am PDT\nWebsite\nTroll Falls\nDifficulty: Easy\nLength: 3.4 km\nAddress: Kananaskis Improvement, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: Good for all skill levels, this hike offers you amazing views and you don’t have to spend all day getting to them. There’s even a waterfall on the path so keep a lookout. If you’re eager, take a bathing suit and go for a dip. Fair warning, it will be chilly.\nView this post on Instagram #photography #nature #photographer #travelphotography #naturephotography #nikon #naturelovers #landscapephotography #natureza #nikonphotography #naturephoto #naturelove #alberta #rockymountains #explorealberta #travelalberta #montanha #montanhas #kananaskis #kananaskiscountry #falls #trollfallshike #trollfalls #takeahikeyyc #yycnow #planet_earth_shots A post shared by Ellastav Photography (@ella_stav) on Aug 17, 2020 at 9:54pm PDT\nWebsite\nVimy Peak\nDifficulty: Hard\nLength: 18.8 km\nAddress: Improvement District No. 4, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: This spot is only recommended for very experienced hikers. You’ll need to make sure you have the proper gear and plenty of water. Dogs are allowed so if Fido is up for the challenge, feel free to tote them along.\n View this post on Instagram 26 km and a broken bike later 🤙🏼 #vimypeak #waterton #watertonlakesnationalpark A post shared by hannah koughan (@hannahkoughan) on Jun 26, 2019 at 2:48pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.