A Good Nite's Rest
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... icy streams. The rain stopped and the clouds broke offering just tantalising glimpses of the powerful lady at the head of this demolition site of rock and rubble. By now we were walking alone meeting the occasional serious hiker heading back down the track. This was more like it, reminiscent of our holidays on the mountains of Wales. We were in our element. Looking back down the valley, Louise was ...
Still travelling on the Rocky Mountaineer we followed the South Thompson river to Shuswap Lake .the Kicking Horse River leads to Kicking Horse Pass,then the engineering marvels of the Spiral Tunnels and over the Dividing Range. We then continued in to Banff National Park established in 1885 as Canada's first national park. Many were the stories of men's accomplishments and mischief as over the years the railway ...
Now adjusted to early nights and early starts we all managed to emerge at the breakfast bell to ensure we were filled up properly for the hike out (or hike back in English). Katie's team start at 5.30 am preparing breakfast and the packed lunch food. We were served with raspberry cornbread, egg soufflé with spinach and fruit and porridge. Much discussion at the breakfast table about which of three ...
... who sold us the spray calmly responded that she always had a can with her when we made enquiries about her bear encounters, but that she had never had any cause to use it. Chelle mentally relaxed a moment hearing that until she followed up with "but my boss has had to use hers 3 times". OK then, give me the best can of bear spray that you have then please!!
We’d endeavoured to arrive at Johnson Canyon at ...
Well, this morning we did indeed manage to get the early start we were looking for (7am alarm for a 7.15am actual get up), though Tim was somewhat reluctant and needed a little cajoling. However we were on our way early doors. The reason? Our main activity planned for the day was the Athabasca Glacier walk on the Columbia Icefields – deemed the highlight of the entire Icefields Parkway road. That in itself is a pretty lofty claim to make, ...