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Travel Blogs from Trail
Very early start from the VCM on the bus with 40 others to depart on our road trip to two other ski mountains. Whitewater ski resort was our first destination which was 5 hrs away! Very quiet on the bus sleeping until Twisty the main organised pumped the beats and the boys started drinking fireball! Crazy kids! We arrived at White water with a 16 cm dump overnight and it looked more like 40cm! The bus got stuck when we got there so we all dragged our board bags off the bus ...
... were amazing looking over Rossland and another town called Trail. Then the other side looking into the Kootenay mountains.
It was a shame we didnt get fresh snow while we were there as Red had some amazing tree runs, great steeps and the fall line of the mountain was perfect, oh and it was deserted! The downside of Red was the lifts, wow they were slow. Normally you get a couple on the mountain that are slow but every single lift was slow ...
... a coal town, with the claim of it being the biggest truck in the world. Although we are generally heading west the road zig zags close to the USA border and then away from it with plenty of variety in each valley. After lunch in Creston we were no longer able to avoid the hills and went over a couple of passes, the first (Kootenay) was 1774m and had snow on the buildings there. The second was Bonanza Pass at 1535m. Both of these had ...
... a few ghost stories, so we decided to check it out. Creeped us all out a little bit but the most was there is only one road into Field and when we went to leave there was a long **** industrial train sitting on the tracks blocking us out. We all flipped out thinking we were going to spend the rest of the night there hahahhaha but after about 10 or so mins it moved on phew! As we past Banff, we dropped theo off at a hostel then eventually made it back home in ...
... of you that go "hog...what?" this is Scotland's huge New Year's Eve street party and it is a complete blast! England and Scotland were my first non-North American countries when I was still a novice traveller. Dec/Jan seemed a cheap time to go (which it was) and there was definitely a huge appeal to attend one of the largest New Year's Eve parties in the world. The length of the Royal Mile in simply jam-packed with people, festivities and beer. It made me ...
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