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... Lyngard of the moose.) We were returned to our units by 5:30 PM, kind of tired, but very happy with our experience.
Sunday, 7/15, was a free day and Donna and I traveled back to Banff for some shopping. Luckily we went in the AM because by 1 the rain had moved in. But, we were able to get some t-shirts and a couple of other things. Tomorrow we leave Canmore and head to Jasper. My next entry will describe our stay there.
... a bit sunburned. We are on a ridge, not literally, which drops down to the Bow River and Hoodoos where there is a fantastic 360 View of snow capped and forrested mountain ranges, the river and down to the Fairmount Hotel and Banff town centre.
As I said before Aamerica is difficult to backpack in and I wouldn't recommend it on a budget it is really quite hard work, you just can't carry the kit needed to make it comforable and hassle free!! However every day ...
We started today relatively early, checking out of our hotel and hitting the road for Jasper via the Icefields Parkway.
Our first stop was Crowfoot Glacier, where we sat our first glacier for the day, although one of the toes has completely melted away over the past century.
Our next step was Peyto Lake. We had intended on hiking up to Bow Summit, but partway up the trail completely disappeared under very deep ...
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