Brewster's Kananaskis Guest Ranch
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH: We arrived at the Deer Lodge in Lake Louise at 4:15 p.m. today. The lodge setting is exactly what one might envision if one was staying to hunt moose or ski the surrounding mountain slopes! (WE will do neither! BUT, we do still hope to kayak, if the weather improves!) The lodge is buried in an area wooded with the trees you might associate with the infamous ranger of one's childhood, none other than Smokey the Bear. The facility itself is ...
Start: Calgary, Alberta
End: Calgary, Alberta
Day Trip: Kananaskis Valley, Alberta
Alan led Mike and I on a beautiful ride today, with really pleasant weather (between 11 and 20) with some cloud and blue skies. Our total ride for the day was 330 km.
We left Calgary and rode west along the Trans Canada Highway to turn off at Highway 40 (just east of Canmore).
Highway 40 winds its way through the Kananaskis Valley, ...
We stayed overnight at a provincial park. It was much more isolated then the other camp grounds we'd stayed at on the trip. We had taken a less travelled route through western edge of Aberta and so found a much nicer campground. I guess I should define "nicer". Because it was certainly lacking the amenities but the campground had more tea between sites and no highway or road noise. After our loud night in Wapiti, this was a nice ...
The sun dawned brightly when we woke up this morning so we decided that today would be the day to use the Banff Cruise portion of our Ultimate Explorer ticket. We’d purchased this package ticket earlier at the Columbia Icefields as it included the cost of the Athabasca Glacier walk and the Skywalk there, plus 2 attractions in Banff – the Cruise and the Banff Gondola. Plus it saved us $47 each buying a combined ticket, so that ...
... and float.
Attack of the mossies part 3! My legs got raped and Blake who 'never' gets bitten was covered head to toe in them too. It was much nicer when we made it out to the river, the only problem was that the water was freezing cold to the point that that you didnt go numb, you were in pain. Blake and Ceri floated down the river for a while until we made it to the park in downtown.