Castle Mountain Chalets
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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 ...
... into the inn and drove to the actual lake for which the village was named. Even in the evening the view was breathtaking! The lake sits between two massive mountains and behind it you can see a glacier. What's more interesting is the turquoise colour of the water, which as caused by small rock particles that are ground up by the glaciers and are carried to the lake in ...
Arrived in Banff to rain and fog so no wow factor unfortunately but hotel ok. A little old fashioned but very comfy and right on the main drag so very handy.
it was late when we got in so a yummy meal next door in the Swiss restaurant then off to bed. Waking to drizzle we opted to take it easy and explore the town centre. lovely feel to ...
... The town is everything we imagined - quaint wooden shops and hotels, horse-drawn carriages set against the backdrop of towering mountains. The mountains are so majestic and tall, that to see them on the horizon almost looks fake - like a backdrop from a movie set or something. We stopped at a souvenir shop, laughing at the tshirts and other merchandise covered in all manner of amusing sayings. We made our purchases and exited - now off to Johnston ...
... dinner time.
A quick check of our emails let us catch up on all your comments, which is lovely. We also heard that our Bernese puppy may be born about two weeks but we'll know for sure when we return.
The Skoki trail looks a bit daunting but we are told the food up there is amazing so we hope that will spur us on during our 11 km hike to 7500 feet. Apparently I'm carrying the rucksack.....