Holiday Inn Canmore
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... shuttled from tourist trap to tourist trap. It rubs me the wrong way. I guess what bothers me most about this area is that the glacier is not to be owned by anyone. It is to be, above all, protected and respected by the people who visit it and by the stewards of this land. Something like a glacier should not be sold like a ticket to Disneyland. I fully understand “tours” and giving people ways to experience our natural wonders. I just feel ...
... approximately 215 square kilometres and up to 250 metres deep. The melted waters flow west to the Pacific, North to the Artic and east to Hudsons Bay and the Artic. Six major glaciers flow from the Columbia Icefields. One of these is the Athabasca Glacier which we were about to climb. We were kitted out with all the gear and given instructions of what we could and could not do. It was very cold ...
... had a funny tummy today so he rested in the hotel and I went and had a much needed mani/pedi- all that hiking is not kind to my feet. Feeling so much nicer now that the " maintenance" has been taken care of. Spent the arvo shopping for souvenirs for the Gkids- oh wow what a load of **** to choose from! Spent a fortune on absolute rubbish! Feel bad that we haven't got them anything decent! Will ...
... we needed now was a darn moose!
Jen had told us the best places to spot them which were the swampy areas, so as we drove further along the Spray River all eyes were out the right hand side concentrating on the so called perfect moose habitation.
For some reason I decided to keep my eyes on the left hand side (just in case) and before I even knew what I had said the word ...
The drive from Bigfork, Montana to Calgary only takes about 5 or so hours, however actually getting there by car (or any means) was proving difficult. Rental companies don't let you take a one way rental across the border into Canada, and to fly there we'd have to take one of two interesting connections. In the end we flew air Alaska on a tiny twin prop plane via Seattle. The trip ended up taking over six hours, but we still managed to get into Calgary at around ...