Waterfowl Lake Campground
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... think of it the view from up there is just extraordinary.
Then we get back to the hotel and Lyndia offers everyone a free walking guide up one of the mountains! No ways! I needed to go and get some retail therapy.
Enjoy the photos I have doubled up on some of them but it's such a long process to do them just enjoy.
I am getting tired so I better end it here. Talk soon.
Banff, the first an brief stop on our unemployed adventures, is an unreal town in the province of Alberta. Driving into the town almost 360 degrees is surrounded by mountains as gigantic as you could imagine. Elk walk down the street as if they are humans and Asian tourists line the walkways 'oo-ing and ah-ing' whilst snapping away. We manages to so a few hikes and touristy adventures while we were ere for this short period. After picking up our season passes ...
... soak in the hot pools. It was pretty busy so we had to find a little spot at the edge to squeeze into. The setting of the hot pools was lovely and we were surrounded by mountains and fresh air. We relaxed in the 38 degree water for around an hour and got talking to an American couple. We were telling them about our budget travels and they were telling us about all these expensive hotels and experiences they had been on and that we should try it.... I ...
... from.....our posh pup!The 5minute gondola were pretty fun to ride up on; Lenny loved the views and sat right up on the seat next to Rob with his snout out the tiny window taking it all in. At the top, there was a 1km long board walk that jutted out at many view points, all with benches to sit and ponder life upon. It continued to the peak of Sulphur Mountain where there was a 360 degree view of mountains, the town of Banff. The wooden railings were graffitied in visitors names and ...
After intending to get an early start we were delayed by a sudden downpour of rain and lots of thunder and lightning. By the time it cleared it was late morning and as the clouds lifted we could see that the storm had also brought a light dusting of fresh snow on the highest peaks. We headed off to Lake Minnewanka - the "Lake of the Spirits". This lake is a dammed lake and under ...