Grand Canadian Resort Vacation Club
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... It ran away from us into a little hole, which was clearly not his as he tried to come out again quite quickly. Watching him debate between us scary creatures and the possibility of a snake below was interesting.
We mad it to Banff around four and everyone needed a break. We spent a lovely hour meandering the streets of Banff, quite a cute town with beautiful buildings and picturesque views at every turn.
Then we were on our way for the last ...
... face and snaked along above the canyon floor. This section was very reminiscent of a walk we had done a couple of years earlier at Vintnar Gorge in Slovenia and was just as picturesque. We snapped a couple of photos at the Lower Falls and pressed on to the Upper Falls and immediately saw a drop off in the number of walkers (hooray!). This part of the walk was a little steeper but after our earlier training at the Grand Canyon ...
... Site. It remains one of Canada's top tourist destinations. After checking in, we walk along Banff Avenue, taking in the shops and get some tourist information. A walk along the Bow River to the Bow Falls is wonderful, the river is enchanting with the surrounding pines and cyprus trees. The pathway terminates on a quiet river bend where some whitewater rafting tours start. Close by is the Banff Springs Hotel - ...
... turns into a steep rocky climb..but we can do it he says!
So after a lovely shower and a good night sleep we head out to find the trail head. Due to all the flooding that badly affected this area in 2013 the trail head no longer exists so we had to try to figure out where to start climbing hoping we would find the trail. So with our coffees and bagels in hand we started out. We weren't even allowed to enjoy our lovely little breakfasts we picked ...
... for the elusive Bear, Moose, Cougar and Wolf. We saw the Mountain sheep, and Elk on the way home, Nev got good photo's of those. Had a group dinner at a nice Restaurant 'Le Beaujolais' this evening and getting to know our group. Met a lovely couple from Scotland, mostly Brits and Aussies in our Group. Tomorrow off to see Lake Louise and Jasper. Cheers Jenny xx:) The train line is busy have heard 2 trains go through whilst I have been doing the ...