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... of others, found a great cafe on the main drag that had awesome sticky buns and I devoured one while reviewing a "What to do in Jasper National Park" brochure. I have been to the Ice Fields several times and since it was 100km each way, out of my way, I decided to do something I hadn't done before and that was to go up Whistlers Mountain on the Jasper Skytram. It's located just ten minutes or so south of Jasper and it is named ...
... winter. The final stop was Maligne Lake. This is a big lake where the park system has boat tours. People can take the boat, get off somewhere and hike, and then catch the boat back. We hiked around part of the lake.
After our trip to Maligne Lake, we headed to Mount Robson. This was about a 50 mile drive from Jasper. Mount Robson is in British Columbia and is the highest point in Canada. We stopped at the Visitor's Center ...
... leader from Kamloops who was waiting for the rest of her 16 hikers to show up. This trip was only the 11th time she had done it! Well, what can one say to that?
We arrived at Kinney Lake just before 3:00, set up camp beside the lake and just had a lovely time sorting, cleaning, relaxing and laughing. It was a wonderful way to finish a great trip.
I decided to look for a place with a roof for the night given the weather and so pushed on through Mount Robson Provincial Park as well and stopped at the Tete Jaune Lodges and Campground in Tete Jaune Cache.
Sometimes a little rain brings good things to you and this is certainly one of them. For just $65 they gave me a cabin for the night; nothing fancy, just a bed, table, ...
... a little present for her help & also for Chris, the lady who would be Lenny's temporary mom for the two days.
The evening was pretty quiet; a jump in Cedar-side Lake, a camping night at Yellowknife Highway Campgrounds on the river, a hot sower & hot chocolate, prep for the hike (more like me trying to fit as much weight into Rob's pack as possible. If your built like a Wilmshurst a little extra weight should be expected). ...