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8/2 Day 41 We traveled today from Calgary AB to Hinton AB. Mountains, Mountains, and more Mountains. Our route took us back over the first part of our route from yesterday down Canada 1. The traffic was not quite as heavy as yesterday but still very steady and busy. Rte. 1 started us into the Canadian Rockies. It is a 4 lane divided highway traveling 100 Kilometers per hour (about 70 mph). From rte. 1 we picked up rte. 93. This road like 40 yesterday took us right through ...
... bighorn sheep and their kids bravely wondering onto the highway mooching for a handout- and people obliging them. We also pass a bear that is no more than 5' from the road grazing on sweet grass. We pull withing sight of the chalet. Uggghhh! Another mob of cars, busses and people. The large parking lot is very full but we are able to find parking.
Maligne Lake is just beautiful. It has a lodge, cafeteria and cafe, a canoe rental by ...
... started raining for us with thunder as well, maybe snowing up on the glacier, but they wouldn't have been able to see much and the skywalk would have been miserable. The bus drives up over the terminal moraine at about a 19 degree angle whilst mountain goats easily climbed on the side of them beside us. It was interesting to see the ice that was under this moraine as well.
The experience was great. We were standing in front of a part of the ice wall when a part of it calved ...
... jasper. Lost my jacket so peter retraced our steps, Peter saw someone from our group and told them what he was doing and they said they had found it just out the front of our hotel and put it on the rock. Thank goodness. Took photo of the Rocky mountaineer train that other people from our group are going on ...
-sundog bus tour to jasper
-stop at lake Louise, Columbia icefield