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... the doors, but we were greeted by the traditional friendly Canadian greeting, asked to take a seat and fed with the best cheese burger we have had in a long time. Served to us by a an old guy in a Harley Davidson jacket who looked like an extra from "Sons of Anarchy" very cool. Anyway all this turned out to be way more interesting then our camping experience at Valemount. We came, we got bitten by many Mosquitos, we left. Bring on ...
... So, away he dove...icebergs a-floatin' and balls a-shrivellin'....
Our campsite at Rearguard was at the back of the lake and gave us a quiet sanctuary to soak our feet, admire the views and rest after one hell of a crazy hike. It was absolutely worth it! Whew....We ate our dehydrated beef broccoli & chicken rice dinners, warmed our bellies with hot chocolate & apple cider and got cozy in our tent. 24km's up hill...what does that equate in number of roller derby games? ...
... Other than Mariah, who was freaking out the entire way up the mountain, we all enjoyed it. Who wouldn’t love being confined in a
small area with people you don’t know while being suspended over a crazy height.
From where the tram dropped us off on the mountain
we had the choice of walking up farther. For a while we just sat on a rock looking
over Jasper and the surrounding area. After a while Mom, Dad, Aunt Juanita and
I decided to hike to the ...
... and even glaciers. One of these included Mount Mitchener where I managed to cut my toe open on a rocks. Next I found myself going on a hike to see the Siffleur Ffalls. The irony of it is that we never made it to the falls because we were told from where we turned around that it was going to be another hours walk away. We were however, able to see a couple men sifting in the river for gold and the suspension bridge was fun to ...
It was a short drive of 60 miles to Mt. Robson and the Robson Meadows Campground. It's like most of the provincial parks that we have stopped at; beautifully maintained and clean with showers included at the $20 a night fee being the most expensive.
Mount Robson Provincial Park, established in 1913, is the 2nd oldest park in ...