Consolation Lakes are 3 kilometres southeast of Moraine Lake.
This walk from Moraine Lake to Consolation Lakes begins at Moraine Lake carpark, near the Rockpile Trail. Click here to read my post on Moraine Lake and the Rockpile Trail.
At the beginning of the trail you will need to cross a rockpile at the bottom of the Tower of Babel. So sturdy footwear is needed. Also due to bear activity in the area hikers are required to travel in at least a group of four and close together.
After this majority of the trail is in a forested area that follows the Babel Creek. When I walked in the summer there was some snow / icy sludge to cross between the rockpile and the start of the track in the forest.
Just before the Lower Consolation Lake the tracks opens to a large meadow and wetland area. Beyond this is a massive boulder field below Mount Babel. You will need to climb over the boulders to get a proper view of the lake
I turned around at the Lower Lake after climbing over the massive boulders. To reach the Upper Lake you will need to cross the Babel Creek and follow the eastern shoreline.