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
... was a bare rock. One of the most interesting features of these mountains was the different swirls, sheer ridges rising up at steep angles, and rounded up thrusts that made each peak different and unique. Most of the day was hazy so many of our photos appear rather foggy and do not do the mountains justice.
The other wow factor on this trip was the ice fields (glaciers?). We saw over a hundred ice fields as they call them in Canada. Some of these were small ...
... fire, but we decided to go up Edith Cavell mountain, which is a fair distance from the fire. The road to it keeps going up and up, winding its way up the mountainside, getting higher and higher, closer to the snow line. After several miles of driving up the mountain we reach a car park, and from here trails lead of in different directions. We take one that leads us to a lake, the lake is at the foot of a glacier, literally, one side of the lake is the glacier face, parts of ...
... s a legit organization and that we're going to be safe (see mom- we were listening!) There's a website that is basically like tripadvisor for volunteer placement companies, so after reading many reviews, and visiting lots of websites we finally settled on what seems to be a great organization. There are lots of volunteering opportunities in South America and Peru, but we have opted to work with underprivileged children at ...
... in the Wells Gray-Clearwater volcanic field was erupted from nearby fissures starting 200,000 years ago and filled the wide valley of the Clearwater River. Layer upon layer of fresh lava created the plateau, then enormous floods eroded the lava at the close of the last ice age, about 10,000 years ago. These floods created Helmcken Canyon below the falls.
It's a very impressive waterfall with a massive cavern behind it, one of the largest ...