One of the many, many switchbacks on the way to the top of Sulphur Mountain in Banff National Park. The path links the upper hot springs to the top of the gondola — an elevation change of 655 metres. It takes two hours (theoretically) to complete a one-way trip.
Visitors who hike Sulphur Mountain in Banff National Park are warned to stay on the designated pathway to protect plants and wildlife in the area. Clearly, over the years, some people have not heeded the directive.