Treetops Banff Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... buy it.
We then headed north to Field (which is about an hour drive) once again to taste the deliciousness of The Siding Café. We decided to try their chicken sandwich this time which came with fries. It was really amazing and very flavorful. A real hidden gem. We also got a turkey sandwich to go for later!
Our goal for the day was to make a second trip to Takakkaw Falls. The first trip we had lost the light of the day and I ...
... the icy wind was plenty. Continuing up the highway we approached jasper and a number of the locals, huge elk on the side of the road. One stag with massive horns protected his 4 females nearby. We weren't gonna get too close. Mountain goats were further afield or rather licking (salt) rock on the mountains above. We're told not to go too far out of the resort due to Cougars (not the Friday nightclub type).. Shame, I was gonna go for that early morning jog (not) before exploring jasper ...
... saw a small grizzly bear by the road!
After the park, we continued on to Missoula for the night
and enjoyed a nice meal and some local Montana beer before bed.
Route: CA-1E, AL-2S, US-89S, Going to the Sun Road, US-2W,
County Road-206S, MT-35S, US-93S, I-90E
... above the valley below. By this stage of our holiday I had already conquered many heights so quite confidently walked out onto the glass floor without giving it a second thought. The views from the skywalk of snow-capped peaks, rugged mountains and the deep valley below was truly breathtaking. After lunch at the Columbia Icefields Discovery Centre we headed to Lake Louise, stopping for photos at glacial lakes along the way as we drove through the Banff National Park. ...
... were Aussie) that our next tour started soon and they jumped us to the head of the line. We made it in plenty of time to be able to get a drink before we had to get back in the line for the bus to the Glacier Icefield tour.
We headed out on a special bus to walk on the Glacier. It was very cold, but beautiful. I had walked on a Glacier before in New Zealand, the Fox Glacier, so this was pretty much the ...