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KAMLOOPS itself: Started with a bonus as Wen was able to have her photo taken with The Kamloops Mounted Patrol, two of whom welcomed the train. After we booked into the hotel, we went for a lovely walk along Riverside Park then into the old part of town which has some lovely century old brownstone buildings.
Bit of info: Kamloops has a budding wine industry - award winning pinot noir, c******nay and pinot gris. Also has ...
... Jake that we wouldn't be facing anything higher then a grade 2. Slightly disappointed by the news we spent the next 15 minutes trying to squeeze into our wetsuits and practise sucking in our stomachs. Wetsuits should be universally banned! Anyway our disappointment about the lack of thrills quickly disappeared when we were greeted by one of the most beautiful rivers we have ever seen. We started off surrounded by sheer canyon walls and finished of on ...
We finally got close to Jasper National Park. We went from rolling hills to very large
mountains and great streams and lakes.
The views were spectacular.
Almost to the Park, I saw a little cemetery on the side of the road; I
glanced at it and right after that there was a huge bull elk standing on the
side of the road. We had to turn
around. I finally got us turned around
and when ...
... about 30 minutes out of Jasper. The accomodation was as basic as you could get with no running water and a couple big dorm rooms which slept 20 people.
It had been a long hot day on the bus so we were very sweaty and needed to find a way to wash. We decided to walk down to the falls to have a look and then wash in the river. The Athabasca Falls were awesome with a huge volume of water falling down into a pit in the rocks.
After that ...
... a "scream" He made the commentary extremely interesting while we were negotiating the rapids, trying to avoid being wet with the 4 deg C (bloody cold) water.
Traversed down the river with no one falling in (thank god).
The scenery was spectacular. I know we are using that word frequently, but it really is and cannot find other words to adequately describe it !