Banff Beaver Cabins
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... small sandwiches and scones. The selections were brought on the 3-tiered serving dishes. I had my own gluten free selections. Dale and Zaya shared theirs, but peanut butter and jam sandwiches were made for Zaya. Some of the sandwiches included: smoked salmon with capers, cucumber and radish, boiled egg, curry, ham and brie.
We didn’t stuff because we knew that we’d be getting a selection ...
... Springs Chalet. Another magnificent chalet inspired by Mr William Van Horne who first discovered the hot water springs in Banff at Sulphur Mountain. Travelling out via the cascade Mountain Range we went via Two Jack Lake (named after two Jacks who discovered the Lake) and Lake Minnewanka, lake of the spirit. The first nationals thought there were bad spirits in the Lake so would not fish, ...
30 km later, I was by myself having left Hubert again on the steady climb. I reached a steeper ascent which was about 9 km long and went up about 500 metres in elevation. 7 km in, I was grinding away in granny gear (first gear - the lowest gear Nelson has) and travelling at about 8 km/h. I just happened to glance up from handlebar level at about the same time as a BLACK BEAR strolled up onto my side of ...
... of miles into Banff and walked around the town center. They have a very pedestrian friendly downtown. The street lights are set up to stop traffic from all directions at the same time to allow the pedestrians to walk to any corner that they want.
After going to the information center, we got back in the car and drove to the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel. It was originally built out of wood in the early 1900's and later built with stone. It was a very ...
... the water cascades through a natural rock bridge. We arrived in Banff in time for all of us to go up the gondola to Sulphur Mountain. One look and my heart was pitter-pattering at the prospect, but
I was brave (had to keep my eyes shut at times to ward off panic :-) though). We made it, and the panoramic views were incredible, seeing Banff township, valleys and river ...