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... goes upward, there is a small path off to the right into the woods. It is steep downward and we took it and it came out to a great view of the lake. We made our way back up the hill after enjoying our view minus tourists and then took the paved path upward where it eventually ushered in a few more forest paths on the right. We got onto that and then never reemerged. The path was muddy and narrow and along a steep drop off but it was so worth it. Few ...
... goats but had a fantastic view of the valley. We saw Sunwapta falls (which had a penguin like rock formation at the point where the falls dropped over) Tangle Creek Falls, Columbia Icefields Athabasca Glacier, Crowfoot glacier, etc. We stopped to eat at the Wilson restaurant in the Crossings Resort that is the only game in town. You can also get gas and souvenirs here in a rather large shop. They also have bathrooms (real ones!) and a ...
... to have another look at Johnson Lake and Two Jack Lake and Lake Minnewanka for the last time. Met a very friendly squirrel on the edge of Lake Minnewanka who decided he would bite me on the toe when we didn't give him any food! Cheeky bugger! Drove up to Tunnel Mountain and now just relaxing in the Rimrock before dinner. Hard to believe we are leaving this beautiful place tomorrow! So sad to be leaving here, ...
... a good night’s rest (a bit too good for my mummified mummy!) we decided to spend our first day in the area visiting a nearby town called Canmore which had been recommended to us by Claire, the guide on the Lake Maligne tour who had said that was one of her favourite towns and a great place to hike.
Without knowing it, this would be a day of epic proportions and one we will ...
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 ...