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... with a roadside waterfall, train line with the Canadian Pacific rolling past and a small stream together with lots of banter on the bus. Takakkaw falls was a short walk over a picturesque bridge, a height of 254 metres is the third highest in Canada. We ran out if time to see Emerald lake so will have to google it! Then on to Lake Louise and dodge the ...
... following the canyon, and then you arrive at a boardwalk that some clever engineer has built on the side of a cliff that allows you to walk above the canyon for about 2km's and get some great views. Having got to the top we took as many obligatory selfies as we could and headed back down to the local coffee shop so Carla could indulge in her new favourite meal, the Canadian delicacy Poutine. For you food critics it's a bowl of chips covered in gravy with melted cheese in ...
... up there and on the way up were breathtaking, of course! There was a bunch of paved walkways at the top of the mountain and we hiked them to the historic site of Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station. We saw some local wildlife on the top of the mountain: cute rock squirrels, tiny chipmunks and nutcrackers. ...
... sapphire, with the huge hotel now dwarfed by the peaks all around. we even had company in the form of a little critter with a ver big voice. Screaming like a bird as if to say I'm over here big birdie, come get me. Most peculiar,
We were no longer alone , other enthusiasts had joined us, many overtaking us as they strode towards their goal. We are not as young nor as fit as we were but ...
... stop Lake Moraine, a beautiful aqua colour in amongst green pines and heavy rock formations. A real eye opener.
The bus travelled below the Rockie formations all day, along roads through forest and adjacent to quick flowing rivers. Great scenery.
After lunch up to Takkawa Falls, this meant the bus had to traverse a road not for trailers or overlenght vehicles??
To do this he had to do ...