Banff Ptarmigan Inn
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Great rooms, comfortable beds, clean, great full breakfast included. Only thing possible negative about the room was there was no air conditioning, but we were here the end of June and were using heat, not air conditioning, anyway.
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...new heights we're gaining every day. (modified from a hymn)
Today was about going up (and down). We were off to the Lake Agnes Tea House! Now, that may not sound like much of a destination to you, but it is an accomplishment (at least for me!). The Lake Agnes Tea House sits at 7000+ feet above sea level on the shore of Lake Agnes just …
We left Calgary early this morning, planning for a full day at Banff National Park along the Continental Divide in the Canadian Rockies. The drive into and through the park resulted in several stops for pictures and an "exhausted" battery pack in my camera, I took so many pictures! In addition to mountain pictures, we stopped to see a bear eating …
... split we went with Paul. Snow grips attached we headed along the trail passing some beautiful icicles and smaller frozen waterfalls. After a stop for cookies and hot chocolate we walked up to the hill to the 'big one'. It was a huge cascade of ice, with daring climbers suspended from the waterfall, on guy trying to get grip with his shoes broke the icicle off and it crashed to the floor. Amongst this noise I noticed a guy in the group had got down on his knee... Yes he ...
... 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.
... area with nice and very clean buses making the rounds about every 40 minutes from the campground (and other points) into Banff, out to some other outlying areas, and to the Banff Springs Hotel, an old historic hotel built by a railroad companty. Yay for us! For $1 apiece we walked about 500 yards from our campsite, jumped on a bus, and were off for the afternoon.
We did the usual looky-loo shops (bought a magnet, Laura) and then had lunch at "The ...