Hike to Turtle Mountain’s north top, 2100 metres above sea level, for a view of the Frank Slide and the Crowsnest valley. Turtle Mountain Path is a 7.4-kilometre moderately frequented out-and-back trail with magnificent wildflowers in Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, Canada. It is classed as tough. The route is best utilized from June to October and provides a variety of activities. This route is also open to dogs, although they must be kept on a leash. The views from the summit of the north peak are spectacular in every direction, but notably down on the Frank Slide rocks in the valley below.