Days Inn Hinton
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With a massage chair in the room made this place a winner...though the free breakfast was bland
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Driving Day Exploring Pembina River and Provencial Park and into Hinton and Laundry
... forget how good we have it sometimes. After many discussions on where we wanted to go and what we wanted to do and see, we settled on South America and specifically Peru. After picking specifically where we wanted to go, we did some research into different volunteer organizations. We wanted to make sure our fees are going back into the communities (not just to some large corporation), and we also wanted to make ...
... description of the water's action.
Next we drove on to Helmcken Falls and arrived about 1:30. Helmcken Falls is a 141m waterfall. The protection of Helmcken Falls was one of the reasons for the creation of Wells Gray Provincial Park in 1939. Helmcken Falls are the fourth highest waterfall in Canada, measured by total straight drop without a break.
Helmcken Falls drop over the western escarpment of the Murtle Plateau. This huge ...
... needless to say it was cold. Got sprinkled on a couple of times. Late in the day the winds picked up and it was definitely challenging. My muscles ache.
Saw a coyote cross the road just a couple of miles from last nights hotel. The mountains were just amazing. Mostly snow covered. I got to see some ice flows/glaciers. They were massive. Wish I would of had the time to take the bus up to see ...
... to Jasper National Park bear are generally seen. Well, we were not disappointed. A HUGE black bear crossed the road right in front of us. We stopped and took pictures and he did not disappoint us. While we were photographing him, he stood straight up to eat something from the top of a small tree. He must have been a minimum of 7 feet tall. He was impressive. Later that morning we saw a smaller black bear drinking from a stream that ...