Two Princesses Inn Hiking Boots
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... able to wander around town for 30 minutes while bags were unpacked onto coach. Met our new driver, Terry, and drove to Fairmont Jasper National Park.
It was very icy and white in Jasper and around 2°C. We had a 6.15pm booking for dinner. When we were walking over to the lodge, neither of us saw a kerb. Matt jarred his back badly and was uncomfortable during dinner. ...
... was no cloud cover over the mountain before I left so was going to take a chance. The weather can change in an instant up in the mountains.
It was pretty amazing seeing mountains for miles and could see where the lakes and rivers were in reference to Jasper.
There is a tea room at the top with hot chocolate etc and a boardwalk which goes right around the tram stop.
I had also been told about the walk to the summit,where ...
... disappearing mysteriously during winter months. Actually, the lake is not a lake at all, it's just a place where Maligne River disappears underground and when glaciers melt too fast for it to drain, a lake forms. In winter the flow of water is reduced, so it goes underground without forming a lake. We walked to the lake's shore, took some photos there, saw some brutal but happy bikers and then drove further up ...
... break. I spent the first week sleeping. Make that the first two weeks. Travelling is mentally, emotionally and physically exhausting and my head and body needed some time to get back into some semblance of normalcy. After that, it was time to make the most of summer in Alberta and do some things I wouldn't otherwise get to do if I was working. So I sat on the couch and watched tv everyday. Just kidding...it was every other day. There was a ...
The longer-than-expected distance had worked up quite an appetite so we came back to camp for lunch and to plan our activities for the afternoon. However, the van was warm, the belly was full and the legs were weary and this combination was a bit too much for Tim to resist. A two-hour snooze later (during which Chelle read her book) and it was getting a bit late for any further activities.
It was ...