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The day has started with the promise of another scorcher and as we struggle to put our luggage back into the hard cases - it just never seems to go in the same each time - we feel the heat until we start off and get the advantage of the air flow through our jackets. Today's ride is pretty uneventful as we ride on Highway 1 to the town of Lake Louise. It's nice to loose the arid dryness of the desert and head back into more lush and mountainous terrain. ...
... rid of it.
First major stop was Athabasca Falls, obviously not as big or impressive as Niagara, but it's sheer power as it thundered over the edge reminded me a lot of it.
About lunchtime we arrived at the highlight of the day - the Columbia Iceshelf which spawns six large and many more small glaciers, and we hiked for almost an hour to the toe (we'd call it the foot) of the Athabasca glacier. As with most glaciers, it's rapidly diminishing, and has been ...
Today we (ouch) hit the slopes (ouch). The kids went to the snowboard school, and Glenn and I went (ouch) skiing. First We had to queue for waterproof pants, neither of us has much patience so we skipped the (ouch) 1 hour queue and went and bought some from the (ouch) shop. Then we rushed down to the queue for the gondola (ouch) to the top of the mountain. It took about ...