Mountain Splendour Bed and Breakfast
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... Ranges are just a few of the highlights we saw from the top on a beautiful day.
DAY 2 - JASPER TO LAKE LOUISE.
Athabasca Falls: Definitely a highlight for both of us. The water thunders through the gorge and down into the canyon below. Spectacular.
Sunwapta Falls: Another plunging waterfall surrounded with the wonderful autumn colours.
The Columbia Icefields: This may take a bit more ...
I ordered two tickets for Icefields Centre: Glacier Adventure (that we did the previous day) and Glacier Skywalk. Since we arrived to the centre too late to do both, we had to come back for the second attraction. So, after a leisurely brunch at a local pizza place (we had a pizza with smoked salmon) we drove back to the Centre and used the second ticket for Skywalk. A shuttle bus took us to a structure that's basically ...
... for friends and friends of friends. This fall she has started her dream - called the Little Sweat Shop. A place where whole families can come and be active for a very reasonable price. I missed the grand opening but got to spend the summer with this great bunch and of course - it meant I got to see baby Mya every week.
The time flew by, and before I knew it, it was back to the stress of packing and last minute preparations to head to Paris with ...
... full of touristy freebies, exclaiming how we needed to take a heli-tour, then a cavern tour, then a bike, swim, walk, raft.....He said let's start with coffee..... This was the only day in the West that we didn't have reservations to camp or stay anywhere and were told the whole town was booked because of the long weekend. GAH! It was suggested we head to Pocahontas campground, about 50km North of Jasper. The park said full but we found some campers on their way ...
... had charged Susie as an adult. On the way we visited Medicine Lake, which was beautiful and still. We also encountered a traffic jam caused by Big Horn sheep en route.The boat trip to Spirit Island was lovely with stunning views of mountains. The boat was driven by Alex from Kingston on Thames and our guide was Katia who was very engaging and knowledgeable. On the way we sat inside and listened to her commentary and on the way back we had a ...