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Sulphur Mountain
Sulphur Mountain
Sulphur Mountain
Sulphur Mountain

Sulphur Mountain Trek in the Sundance Range, Banff

Join an inspiring trek on the Sulphur Mountain in the Sundance range and enjoy a great day in nature, dotted with unforgettable landscapes.


Private and Group




1 Day


Jun - Oct




All levels


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  • Discover the lovely Sulphur Mountain.
  • Enjoy a day out in nature and explore the Sundance range.
  • Catch sight of great views of Lake Louise.


On these 1-day treks, we will explore the gorgeous Sulphur Mountain in the Banff Sundance Range.

We will set off on this lovely ridge hike from the Banff gondola, and on the way, we will trek through subalpine forests, limestone slabs, and high mountain scree slopes and enjoy stunning views of the range, of Lake Louise and the Assiniboine area.

We will meet at 8.45 am at the gondola, and then, the duration of the trek is approximately 6 hours. It's open to beginners, intermediate trekkers, and families. You can join one of our scheduled group hikes or book a private experience.

Send your request and let's plan this unforgettable hike together!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Lift tickets

Secure your spot with just 25% payment

48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


What is the average distance and altitude gain that we will hike each day?

This takes on average around 6 hours with altitude gain however the hike begins at 2,451 m once up the gondola.

What experience do I need to have? How fit do I need to be? Is this program suitable for children or older people?

The Sulphur Mountain Highline hike is not a walking tour, it requires average to good fitness and has some short sections of off trail, loose and exposed terrain. It is still a great

experience for guests looking at a unique and easy access alpine experience.

How can I get to the trailhead/meeting point?

Private car or Roam Transit public bus.

How will accommodation and meals be handled during the trek?


Are there any other special requirements such as permits/insurance/vaccines that I need to consider before the tour?


What is the best time of the year for this hike?


Can I join a group?


What happens in the event of bad weather?

We will endeavor to reschedule

About the guide: Jeff

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Mountain Guide

Alpine Air Adventures is an independent mountain guiding business run by Jeff Bullock. I am a fully certified IFMGA Mountain Guide, with my training and certification through the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides, and the Canadian Avalanche Association.

We specialize in outdoor Banff adventures including: rock climbing, ice climbing, alpine climbing, backcountry skiing and snowboarding, avalanche courses and improvised rope rescue courses.

Based out of Banff, Alberta, Canada in the heart of the rugged Canadian Rocky Mountains, Alpine Air offers everything mountain. My main emphasize is to offer safe and unforgettable Banff adventures to my guests. With the allure of the mountains right at my doorstep I am always keen to take on any adventure and I am excited to have you along. Contact me to begin organizing your dream mountain ascent or descent.


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What people are saying about Jeff



I had a superb time and Jerry my guide was brilliant with safety being always paramount.



Our guide was Jason (not Jeff) and although he was a great guy, he appeared to not be very familiar with the location in which we skied. I was also surprised by the fact that he never asked us about our skiing abilities or the type of terrain we hoped to ski. Due to the avalanche conditions and snow cover, we were in terrain where the trees were too tight to ski and so we skied down an avalanche path (with minimal hazard from above) that was quite steep with a lot of exposed vegetation and small cliff bands. For two of the three of us, this terrain was at the edge of our comfort zones and so the ski down was not very enjoyable. Afterwards, I couldn't help wondering if we had been asked about our interests and skiing level, if we might have found lower angle terrain with a less dense forest cover. Having said all this, once Jason realized I was in a place I was not happy about, he was very attentive to assisting me through the terrain. In summary, the three of us paid a lot of money for a ski tour that was not great and we wondered whether it should have been cancelled if this was the best terrain to be found given the conditions.



Wonderful expedition in the Rockies! My guide Brendan taught me loads on ice climbing technique and now I feel reasonably confident to ice climb again! Word of warning though, it's very hard and the guide will push you to your limits if you have only done little bits of ice climbing in the past. I climbed on the inside of a literal ice palace at one point! I am happy that I did this course and I'd recommend it to anyone wanting to really test what they are made of on the ice!



Jeff was a great teacher and learned way more than I expected. Will definitely go again.



Can someone please contact me regarding this tour. I have emailed explore-share and have also spoken to the tour guide regarding a refund. I have tried calling via a WhatsApp but couldn’t get through. Jeff Bullock has assured that you reply quickly and has also assured us a full refund due to extreme cold weather forecast. Please respond. Helen Pascoe

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