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Wednesday 9 October
Lake Louise was beautiful this morning after the snow last evening. After some discussion we decided to drive into Lake Moraine; and we were pleased we did. Like lots of sights we kept seeing they just seemed more beautiful than we could recall from previous trips. It was a great time of year to come with the autumn colours …
... roadway until we finally found a small trail along a dry creek bed that leads up.. pretty much straight up! After some steep climbing, the trail opens up above the trees to a grassy hill side. As we head up and along, it turns into more and more shale and less grass, making it rather tricky footing. We continue to scramble along and up .. until my shoe pops in one spot ...
Those chocolate stouts from the night before gave me about 4 hours of good sleep followed by hours of suspicious *****. Obviously this kept the other one awake, so after getting up for the third time Rosie decided to go and stay at her boyfriends place across the road... that wasn't weird! I did sleep like a king after that though. I felt pretty crook for the rest of today and spent most of it walking around Downtown Banff ...
After two days sightseeing on a coach, we spent the night in Banff, then it would be onto the train for two days.
Banff is a quaint little ski town. A cross between Hahndorf and Bright (in Victoria), except it is surrounded by enormous snow capped mountains on all sides.
We spent one night here and as I explored the main street, actually going on a search for REAL coffee, ...
We had a roadside stop at the Weeping Wall to see the water that seeps down the side of the canyon through the limestone. Our next stop was at the Mistaya Canyon. The vast majority of the valley in which the river flows has been cut by a glacier, like all the other valleys in Banff National Park. The river has cut a very narrow and very curvy slot canyon through the limestone in this spot and the 500m walk took us to a bridge over the canyon. We also ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFalcon Crest Lodge Canmore
Falcon Crest Lodge was great, having a full kitchen and separate lounge area. Meant we could cook our own meals. Very helpful staff at the front desk with advice about things to do in Canmore. One of the good things was Samsung flat screen TVs; meaning you can plug your USB in to watch movies.
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