Kicking Horse River Chalets
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... happy, colourful and well organised event we'd ever been to and we were all having a blast!
As we watched the last float pass and the roads started to re-open we decided to head towards the waterfront away from all the crowds that were heading down to the beach.
Still donning our Pride paraphernalia, (yes, even Paulie in his silver bead necklace) we had a lovely afternoon drink in ...
... behind us.
We take a breather for a while at the top before heading back down, but this time down a different route, following the glacier and eventually the river that is born from the glaciers melt water. This takes us alongside the lake and full circle back to our starting point beside the chateau.
The walk had taken us several hours, to cover just over 8 miles up and down the mountain. Enough time that a wedding ceremony they had been setting ...
... swollen with glacial meltwater bursts off the top of a cliff and falls over 250 metres to the bottom, where it joins the Yoho River. Quite a stunning sight as it is in full flow at the moment. Rather reminiscent of Yosemite Falls. We took a few photos and got as close as we could before Chelle got nippy – the wind coming off it was powerful and the water absolutely freezing, so getting close required more warm, waterproof ...
... We didn’t make the top as it was still covered in snow (this is where Anja built the snowman), but we got pretty close.
We then drove back in the direction of Vancouver with no particular destination – just went as far as we could. The weather was pretty bad at times, and at one point we were actually driving through a cloud. Visibility is somewhat limited when you do that. That night we stayed in a hotel for the first ...
We drove 200 km and arrived in Golden BC. Golden has a Muni Park with RV hookups. I signed in for three nights. The young lady checking me in said she and her partner were heading for Mississippi and Louisiana in October, I gave her some tips on things to see. Golden is a quite nice little town with a walk/bike path circling the town. Tree and ...