Inn at Clifftop Lane
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- Free parking
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... told at dinner by the server that Lake Moraine is a potential Avalanche zone at this time. Good. Glad we didn't do that one. But boy would the Lake would have been amazing at this time of year with the snow and no one up there. Perfect photo opportunity but I think we valued our lives a smidgen more. Just a smidgen. The Plain of Six Glaciers it was. It started off really well, we went to the information centre... Closed. So I got some bear spray in case of emergency as the Bears ...
... shops is beautiful but very confusing, a labyrinth shops in similarly looking stone buildings. There was a lovely playground, much disappointment to find it too wet to really enjoy.
After we had wandered around for a bit the wet and cold had affected the kids and it was time for a hot chocolate and a sit down before grabbing some groceries and heading back to Nana for some lunch. She had enjoyed a good ...
... early in the afternoon . We settled into our hotel and then organised our zip line tour for the following day and got some bikes for a quick tour of the surrounding Alpine country side. Whistler is at the base of some towering mountains which go up steeply from the valley floor from where the village is located. You can sometime see glimpses of glaciers on the mountain tops when there isn't any cloud cover. The temperature is still moderate from low to mid ...
... it was off to the next one...crawling in mud and through tubes, jumping off a 30 foot platform into water, climbing walls and the biggest ladder i have ever seen...we did each and everyone as a team. I felt so good that no matter how slow I was, my team would be there waiting for me...and that my teammate Jude stuck right beside mew the entire race...as she said stop feeling bad about this...we are a team and that means no Mudder will be ...
... the wildlife in the area. We even saw a squirrel scurrying back to the burrow deep under the ground in the roots of the Lodgepine tree. Easily picked out because of the stash of pine ones with seeds removed and stored in a heap at the base of the tree. Dinner followed at the Jasper Ranch. We were kept warm by a massive log fire in the centre of the round building. The fair was BBQ beef or trout with salad or veg. Followed by fresh fruit and slices. Another enjoyable ...