Banff Beaver Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... deep holes. Often we'd be knee deep in the snow!
Then back onto the bus, and this is where the unplanned adventure started. Due to the road being groomed during the afternoon, the parking lot was left with more snow than normal. We were stuck. We had to push the bus, trample on the snow to flatten it, shovel - all to no avail. It was starting to get dark - and cold - and with no cellphone coverage in the area we were wondering ...
... in the view. The clouds were really starting to come in but they moved pretty fast and it didn't take long for one to blow away once it had arrived. The only problem was it was usually followed by another one. I would love to come back in summer and get the whole view from the top. And tackle that mountain on foot. Anyway, so I walked to the ray station and the last little climb up to it wasn't boarded... just ice. Very slippery ice. It was kind of amusing ...
- Thought you might all like to see what we woke up to this morning!! Canadian weather forecasters are no better than any others!!
... well managed an lived up to its promises.Their itinerary and guidance gave us the confidence to undertake this amazing trip."the Independent Traveller" did us proud, thanks especially to Nikki our coordinator, your patience was appreciated as we faffed around changing things.
Thanks too go to our Mums, without out whom this could never have happened. Love you both ...
... glacier. It’s a cantilevered horseshoe of three-inch-thick glass supported by a steel framework that lets you look down several hundred feet between your feet to the valley floor below. It affords good views both down the valley and back up it towards the glacier, but isn’t a patch on the icewalk for sheer novelty value. Perhaps our tentative steps out onto The Ledge at the Willis/Sears Tower in Chicago had numbed us to the thrill of a ...