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... is that! We also nearly fell in an ice cold river running through the glacier. Not surprisingly the ice was quite slippery! Doh!
Back on dry land, Stanley took us back along the Icefield Parkway.
We tracked the Athabasca River which flows from the melting glacier, and stopped at the spectacular Athabasca Falls. A very fast flowing and powerful waterfall. ...
... excelled himself later though when he slammed the door and it fell off!! Our driver Christa's face was a picture. Fortunately we'd finished for the day and Moose sent a driver with a new bus on an overnight mercy run from Vancouver so all's well for the next day of the trip. We're not allowing Max to touch anything from here on in. From Lake Louise we travelled to Bow Lake and Peyto Lake which is shaped like a wolf's head. Both are glacial lakes so are that ...
Prince George to Jasper - 387 km
Hello from Jasper, Alberta.
Nelson and I had a rest day in Prince George and then our departure the next day was slightly delayed... The guy from the hostel insisted that the best and closest bike shop was way across town. I didn't have much to get but took his advice and visited the shop where the guys were great. I asked their advice about getting out of town and, of course, I nearly rode right back ...
... town on the way to the Rockies (not that we we needed much persuading of course). Taking them at their word, we roll up to their beautiful alpine chalet-style house in Whistler village and spend the next two days revelling in the novelty of a proper family home, complete with stunning mountain views, a log burner the size of a small wardrobe and a Newfoundland puppy called Porsche. Realising we are only planning a brief two day stop (no danger of us outstaying our welcome), our ...
... Icefields. The weather got better the further we went except for about 10 minutes of a very fine misty rain bordering on snow. The first lakes we saw were still frozen over but further on they were clear. We didn't stop at the Athabasca Glacier as we had done it before. We think the other glaciers higher up the mountains are more impressive but they are not accessible ...
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