Following yesterday’s big outing up Storm Mountain in Kootenay, I wanted to just sleep all day. The weather forecast however was too good to pass up, so I met my knees halfway and opted for a short and easy scramble up Grizzly Peak in Kananaskis. Grizzly Peak is an unofficial name for an otherwise nameless peak lying just east of Highway 40, between Grizzly and Hood creeks. I would highly recommend this trip, as the view-t0-toil ratio is quite good. There is basically a trail leading most of the way to the top, and the summit is broad enough to get one’s own space even on a crowded day. Make sure to explore the summit thoroughly, walking from the south end to the north as the views change quite a lot depending on your position.