The Abbot Pass alpine hut is nestled its namesake pass on the continental divide near Lake Louise, Alberta. It was built in 1922, and sits at 2,925metres, making it the second-highest permanent structure in Canada. It can be rented-out as a staging point for attempts on the nearby peaks.

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Amen on that! I only spent one summer working at the Chateau, but it’s a few months I’ll never forget. I was particularly lucky in that my dorm balcony had the perfect view down the lake, but I also made good use of my time by getting up into the mountains. I was amazed by how many of my co-workers would head in to Calgary on their days off, when we were living in such a paradise.

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