Woodside Cottage B & B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and tacos for lunch before jumping straight back onto the road to eat on the run. We saw elk, Rams, bald headed Eagles and deer. Frozen waterfalls on the side of the road. Pine forests covered in snow. We wound up the mountains and through Valleys until we got to Banff. It is a sweet little town with old building and shops and bars that line the street. There are snow dog tours, snow mobile tours, gondolas and ski resorts. Amazing ...
We pass Cathedral Peak to our next
stop at Takakkaw Falls which mean
Magnificent in Cree and they truly are!
At 1260ft they are the 2nd highest falls
We then motor on to tonight's stop ...
... with nice fire pits, swings and tons of bear sculptures. We had some dinner there at a fancy rustic-themed restaurant.
We stopped several more times along the highway, read some information and just looked around. At one point a train passed by and it took forever, it was probably several kilometres long!
When we finally arrived to Lake Louise Village, ...
... brought down by the glacial flow, lined on either side with boulders and rugged rocks( yes I can write it, even if I can't say it ! ) the power of the glacier was starting show herself.
As the path started to climb the penny started to drop, we were heading up to towards the virtually hidden glacier in the distance. Not quite the simple stroll first imagined. Onward and upward, over stepping ...
Very conscious we are a few days behind so i thought I'd publish a short piece now and the other four howarths can update it and add to it over the next 24 hours.
The hike in to Skoki today was just incredible. We were driven to the trailhead and then started our ascent through woods, alpine meadows, around un disturbed lakes and up steep inclines until we reached Deception Pass. Well named, and at 8200 feet, higher than anything any ...