804 Miette Guest House
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Wed 8th Oct
Up and at em early for a 9am pickup with Paula for our hiking morning, was going to. Maligne Lake but went to Mont Edith Cavell, the landmark mountain for Jasper. Took about 20mins to get there winding up the mountain.
When we arrived Paula asked would I like a pair of hiking poles which I thought was a ...
Jasper - left Edmonton on a bright sunny day and drove - rather quickly into heavy clouds/rain that have stayed with us in Jasper. We managed a boat ride on Maligne Lake
which was semi-dry -- but the heads of all the mountains were in clouds. Med's first taste of mountain driving.
Our 'Becker's Bungalows' is 'cute' a small log cabin with everything (well perhaps ...
... hotels but room is good and has a laundry to wash my muddy clothes . We wandered into town doing three geocaches on the way. Jasper is a bit like an alpine ski resort, although it mainly caters for cross country skiers and skating on lakes rather than downhill. Summer is its busiest time with mountain bikers and hikers. The Trans Canadian train had stopped in town for 45 minutes and we met a lady desperately looking for a liquor store, had she drunk the train ...
After a quiet day driving through the Rocky Mountain countryside fixing Rick's glasses at Hinton, popping into Miette hot springs for a glimpse of some very tame big horn sheep it was time on Tuesday for some more awe inspiring scenery. Mt Edith Cavell has amazingly steep sides encompassing the Angel glacier. The typically glacial blue Cavell pond at the base still had ice floating in it. The climb up through the wildflower strewn meadows ( bear country but ...
... a whole bunch of rubble left behind by a receding glacier as it melted. I got bit constantly by bugs and some huge horseflies. Then that lovely drive back. The next stop was at Athabasca Falls. These falls were gushing. We walked the area but declined to go into the lower falls as the climb back up 59 steps felt too much on a hot day. Time to get in shape for this chick! Apparently there is a death at these ...