Chalet Continental Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Rising especially early, we were ready to set off at 8:45 after saying goodbyes and taking photos. The weather had changed and sunshine was to be the order of the next 2 days. Actually, we were relieved that it wasn't as hot going up as it was going down, or we would never have made it!
We breezed through Whitehorn campground after talking with ...
... 3 chicks, and the Arctic Mountain Girl (see picture). The wind had picked up considerably on our descent - it was as if it was trying to blow us back up the mountain.
We were down by 6 PM, had supper, after which Helen and I got busy taping a knee of a fellow hiker. We are hoping it helped stabilize her knee on the way down to the trail head.
It rained over night. Breakfast was less than successful in that Helen and Thelma didn't like the selection - so I ate it all, that is, what the chipmunk didn't get - cheeky! The object of the morning was to pack up and move to Berg Lake where we could settle in for a couple of nights. Having successfully put up the tent to dry, we had lunch and started out on the hike of the day - Toboggan Falls, Mumm Basin, Robson Pass loop. This ...
... mountainpeaks around you including Mount Robson (almost 4000m), the highest peak of Canadian Rockies. At km no. 19 you reach the Berg lake beautiful turqoise lake fed by giant glaciers from Mt. Robson. Our camping was at km no. 21, just next to the lake, but we still felt strong enough to hike to close Tobogan falls with the best view on mountain and a lake. Berg lake trail is probably the most beautiful trail we had done, it has all! Tomorrow 21 kms back ...
... Valemount, BC. For the record, the speedometer on the bike before I left read 1049km. How many kilometres will it read when it returns? No matter what I did, today just had that feel about it. The feel of a 'first day'. It took me longer than anticipated to get rolling in the morning, stuff just wasn't fitting in the hard cases right. So, I left a few things behind.... Then, I basically doubled the mileage on the new bike in one day. I am glad to ...