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... to hikers until fixed, so we were disappointed in that.
Banff National Park: Established in 1885, Banff National Park was the first national park in Canada, established in 1885. Banff National Park covers 6641 square km of protected wilderness areas. The Town of Banff is 4,537 feet above sea level which is the highest town in Canada. The Lake Louise village is the highest community at 5,033 ...
... we came to was the Stutfield Glacier, in the Columbian Icefield. A photo shoot was essential! Just around the corner was the Athabasca Glacier where we were taken for a walk! An ice and slush walk is rather interesting and slippery but an invigorating experience and the blue in the Glacier like crystal. We were taken on an Ice Explorer onto the Glacier. They are huge machines with huge tyres, with very deep treads that grip onto ...
... He advised us to return before the hour if we get cold. He then saw Martin's shorts and laughed. Really should have been better dressed !!
They dried the seats of the canoe, we sat in and off we went. Despite the weather is was quite an experience. Seeing such expanse of mountains all around you from a mountain lake. Especially as we were only one of two canoes on the lake ! Then the rain stopped and the sun ...
... way out so all three made it, how they biked on that ridge we have no idea but it was great to see them doing it. Our 6.5
miles hike back out was uneventful, no bears however Kimmies backpack was
started to stink a little. Had me a blister or two but it was worth it. We are on our way to Jasper Alberta. I am trying to make these quick reads so am doing my best to condense. This one
got a little lengthy, it was two days worth.
... a Christmas message in the snow to send to friends on Facebook after Karen showed me a photo she'd taken this morning. It looked great.
We then headed off for Lake Louise a little bit early as there had been snow falls and could be delays. It turned out there were no problems and we arrived around 3.15pm. We had to be out at the ice castle for our group photo at 3.25pm so it didn't give us much time. After the photo, Matt walked over to the other side of the ...