Fernie Slopeside Lodge
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We knew that the drive from Canmore to Fernie would be long, over 300km, especially done two days in a row but it was completely worth it to catch up with some old friends, the Nanningas. They used to live in Raurimu, 5 minutes from National Park, a few years ago but had migrated to Canada, Kent's home country. We left Georgia with Melvyn and Jocelyn for the two days we were going to be gone, she was pleased and they seemed happy to have her. It is amazing how ...
... rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. We will continue north to Canada to visit Glacier National Parks sister park, Waterton. Waterton National Park is part of the Crown of the Continent ecosystem; a place with unusually diverse physical, biological and cultural resources. From here we will continue to the foothills of the Canadian Rockies and overnight in Cranbrook, British Columbia"
Our Journal: Got up at 5:00 am and left our luggage out for pick up at 6:15 ...
... out first ride here which was another challenging ride, this time a little more technical so that was a nice change. Monday we went downtown to ride around and check it out. This town is so bike friendly, they are everywhere, expensive bikes line the sides of the shops while the riders drink coffee and eat and talk bikes and trails. When we leave a shop and try to get back on the road, the cars all stop either side and wait for you to get on the road. Riders (and pedestrians) ...
Home again after a pleasant drive on the northern route. Weather a bit showery but roads good all the way. We saw lots of signs of huge avalanches through Rogers Pass, so understand why it was closed on Tuesday for our trip out. Stopped by Barbara and Peter's for a visit and a lunch of parsnip soup and fresh-baked cheese biscuits. Yum!
... to US border.
We'll sleep at a Youth Hostel today, but in a private dorm with bathroom inside, not in common dorms as most people do here.
We go out for supper and decide for a pizza which we take to the room and eat just before a film session, today : "127 hours". Incredible real story. Last year we were quite near where it all happened, in Canyonlands NP (Utah).
Driven distance: 362 km.